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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: December 19, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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"*tt.a .drh' r. tH fist ttrtlon of theJattft.ft annuity, in goods:for five lars.. ; dreg dollars- Fof limited i in'the -
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tiur.? tl--X ACT making appropriation f<>rvthe three s ticleof tenrteeri thousand ,d Ua. ,, : hundred _
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current and contingent of the" .Inn -' thousand, sis'hundred :.dol en hundred and twenty dollars. ,, i twenty-first Sptembert ? .
eXpCNld For: life t& chief i in ,For,iron-and
hundred annuity .
!* "* ..ntBd:>. for*fulfilling,treaty lars.. For iron'nd steel for flhorjftwo hundred i eighteen and tiry-three fv : :atpi1ted .tel for two Jm
... a ":- For )limited dretdDlar.. tbe third article of the treaty and twefrty djlr*;. Iop _
.I,4 tfc; annuity for forty-six: years to and twenty dollars. ,. '- I twenty-six. : -
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.' September eighteen hundred For ,
?4 .l:' :,1' I be paid! to the Chippewas' of.Mississippi, For ;jnterest -forty-six thousand 'and Fo.1 payment of stipulated in tbe ., .thiJy' blk"qjd nc: assistant r stitHHate$
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:: : .1 -1 : stipulated in the third sft ffth' of the f'evn the
artit1efthe-treatof five centum the Sep
,. eighty dolari' per' being twenty-first tny.ollr .
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t' I I'I; y., secondAugust, eighteen hundred and forty- : ,value : sections 'of: land, set eighteen hundred and .thirty three, limited annuity'stipulated,7n' the i second August, eighteen hundred-
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.- ...1/, ", I -- : and assistant twenty-sixth.September, eighteen hundred : for
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for education blackmitb' stipulated For.irh !twojjiundfeo
.. .' "J, TO'TilE IN FORMER* APPROPRIATIONS resolution twenty-nine of, ,the';Senate of nineteenthJanuary stipulated .in in the f rticle'ohbe treaty of fifteenth and J rty-thre two thousand dollars.! ., hTtnty dollars.. ehoP .' -
: CtllPPEWAS OF LAKE ; ; ; purchase tbthir barrels /
July stipulated 'in forty of salf and
eighteen hundred and oCaalt forty ken
SUPERIOR AND ; eighteen hundred and thirty-eight i ,two .thirty, seven ot
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.', .' MISSISSIPPI. article of.the of seventh ,
tDe 1Ieus", -- : thousand three hundred and four dollars. twenty dollars: "''. 'June 10baco stipulated in the.fourth 'article j o|
foe the purpose of paying 'the current- and For litnite I annuity in gooJs, for five years, For iron and steel for'shop..two 'hundredand hnndred.and" "}, three, one' U_ cre treaty of 'September;,eitb>

contingent expenses of the Indian Depart- payable to the Pillager Band, stipulated in TO THE FLORIDA INDIANS, OR SEMINOLES. tw.nty dollars. .and fortydollars. .'. teen.hundred' and thirty-tiro, eight; hftii*"

tnent; a "fulfilling treaty: 'stipulations with the fourth article of the treaty of the twenty For blacksmith's establishment, stipulatedin ?- TO THE' *.' For purchase onehundred, and sixty, dollars. .; ,. ,r- "" '
the Various Indian tribes. first August, eighteen hundred and" forty tbe sixth' article of the treaty of eighteenth OTTOWA8. bushels' of salt, stipulate in' the 'tir article For, .inttet on tw hundred:.iIoirsasj
For the current und contingent expensesof seven, to supply, deficiency forthis amount September eighteen hundred, and For permanent annuity j stipulated 'i in the of the treaty 'Ot eighteen dollars re ntnm,8tipgint.j
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the Indian Department, viz: in the appropriations for the year eighteen twenty-three, and fourth article of the treaty -| fourth' seventeen&01.the treaty ,the' third.Au.grist hundred and twe' (y.sc'tbre"; hundredand second,article of the treaty of ,the twenty- _

For the pay of superintendent of Indian. hundred and forty eight three thousand six of ninth May, eighteen hundred and ud ninety:fire, twenty dollars. .' first October, 'hanre and
tiffairs at St. Louis, and fbe several Indian hundred dollars. thIty-twO'onp thousand dollars. one thousand dollars. : ? '. For education, stipulated in the third article seven, ten thousand .thil-,

hgentsi:; as provided by the acts of June For limited annuity for forty six years, to annuity, in goods, stipulated in the For r. permanent annuity'stipulated; 11 thesecond of the treaty of the sixteenth O- For interest ,on eight'hundred thousaaa;

thirtieth, eighteen hundred and thirty-four, i be paid to the Chippewas of Mississippi, sixth article of the treaty of fourth January, article of the treaty of,, sventeenth tober eighteen bundre and twenty-six, dollars, at five per centum} stbuUttedtajM,.
and ?Maichlhird ,eighteen hundred and forty stipulated in.the third article of the treaty of eighteen hundred and forty-tire two thou November eighteen hundred 'and seven, !tboosairl dollar. -*c--- second articliTdf treaty of the!: eleventBr

six. eighteen thousand dollars. i the seeon J August, eighteen hundred and sand dollars eght hundred dolar. For blackmith assistant, stipulated in the Otobereighteen hundred and 'forty-twof
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For the pay of sub-agents authorized by forty seven, to supply a deficiency for this For annuity, in money, stipulated in the stipulated in tbe third the treaty ( thousand- .dollars. / ,
the act of June thirtieth, eighteen hundred amount! in the appropriations for the year fourth article of the treaty of fourth January fourth, article of)the treaty/.ot seventeenth October, eighteen hundred and .twenty-six, ,. ,THX- ,- *. -,**

nn.l thirty-four, twelve thousand seven bun- eighteen hundieJ, and forty eight one eighteen hundred and forty-five; three September, eighteen hundred and:eighteen, seven hundred anX twenty,dollars. For T 8JU'SE.- /* *
dred and fifty dollar thousand dollars.TO dollars. one thousand five hundred dollars. For iron and steel for shop, two.hundred fourth article permanent anui stipulated. in. tie1
thootai For,permanent annuity, .stipulated i the and dollars. ot of third
For the pay of interpreters authorized TilE CHICKASAW8.: implements stipulated'in'in twenty seventeen hundredaad Augl
fourth the ninety-five .
by the same act, thirteen thousand dollars. For permanent annuity stipulated in the the seventh article treaty aricle' treaty twentyninthugusteighteen For education, stipulated in die second article sand ,' '
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For the pay !of flelk to the superintend jictof twenty-fifth February, seventeen hun' January, eighteen bundled and forty-five one thousand dollars hundred, and twenty one, of the treaty ot the twenieth' September dolars arinuiiy; itIpuUted$ T : hundred and
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ent. H St. Louis, authorized by the act of dred and ninety-nine, three thousand dol oue thousand,dollars.TO twenty-eight, one fourth article of the: :-of'
to tttfi AND ernpp* : June twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred lars. THE tow AS. otowA ; For Sepember. c'rghfe"en hundred
nnd forlJ. 1:, one thousand two hundred annuity, 'in the money'stipulated in the an snnter
< I TO THE enoCT A ws. For interest on one hundred and fifty- "For\lmitd stipulated of tenth,'article of the treaty of filth and seventeenth doJar : .:
ollars. the
i I For annuity stipulated in the seven thousand five hundred dollars, treaty eighth, June For purchas fit 'Ci.tf,
permanent ,
For of clerk to acting March;'eighteen 'hundred .twentr eigbteen'bundred and forty-six, third 1t stipulte _
pay superintendentS lx of the
second five in the 5 seventif
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S article of the treaty of seventeenth per centum, stipulated se ondarticle three hundred dollars! tel ;;
the thousand western dollars.territory by the tame act November, eighteen hundred and five, three of the treaty of nineteenth October, thirty thousand interest dollars.be: For blacbmith'and :assistantstipulated' Juneeighteen hundred, and thr' sixty
one to paid as annuity two .
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thtmsand dollars. hundred and <
thirtyeightseven
in'tbe'second
For buildings at and eighteen hundred thousand article of the treaty of twentieth i t
agencies resolution' !
repairs dollars of
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For permanent annuity, stipulated' in the eight hundred and seventy-five per September, eighteen 'hundred andtwentyfight bbekmit' 8ist'.slipahtea'-
thereof fifteen hundred dollars. the Senate of"twentt seventh! May eighteen in the .
thirteenth article of the dollars. of eighta
:. For the erection and repairs of buildings treaty of eighteenth hundred and twelve thousand seven btnd eJ. and, twenty eigbteeahnndreIand
> for the Choctaw Agency fire thousand dol- I i October, eighteen hundred and twenty, six TO THE EICEAPOOS. dollars. thlty-slr : dollars ucusf and dollar i thnye

hundred dollars. For limited in the For education' For iron and steel for-shop, two hundredand For forty
lars. annuity, stipulated stipulated in the fourth- iron and .shop two .
:: For the erectIon. of buildings for the For life annuity to chief, (Bob Cole,) stipulated fourth article of the treaty of twenty-fourth article of the'treaty of twentv-eizht March: ',-twent dollars." ,. .. ._ andtwentvdollar&TOTUEsZZECASAD. ..:, --; hur '
.' Creek Indian Agenty, four thousand f fire In the tenth article of the treaty of October eighteen hundred and ,thirty-two, eighteen undred'td' thirty-six, five thou '1r and assistant; stipulatedin # ','. ,-''
hundred dollars. twentieth January, eighteen hundred and five'thousand dollars. sand the second article of the treaty of twenty IB.WE -
I, twenty-five, one hundred and fifty dollars: doJar' ninth July, eighteen hundred twenty-nine For,permanent' -
For..the' erection of buildings for the TO THE KANSAS.-. 'for misions' stipulated in tbe, fourth : ,., anhuitytisjtrp'nlaied.a thai-,
For permanent annuity for education, seven hundred and twenty dollars; s" fourth article of the treaty of;,
Cherokee Indian Agencyto( be located according -, For interest on two hundred thousand article of'tbe treaty of the" twenty eighth 9Ytol'
Ii{!!;; to treaty pulations) four thousand '!' stipulated in the second article of the treaty dollars, at fire per centum,. stipulated in the March- eighteen' b nar and thlry.si. For iron and steel for shop-two hundredand September eighteen hundred -. ,. _

:. fire hundred dpi Iain. I' of twentieth January, eighteen' hundred and second article of the treaty of fourteenth' three thousand dollars.For twenty dollars. t one" thousnc.doUrs. /

: 'For the erection of an Agency house fjr twenty-five six thousand dollars. January, eighteen hundred and forty-six, ten vaccine matter, medi ines,-and pay of For the purchase" of fifty barrels of'salt, TOIMESESlicAS.-. ,- -/ -?.\ '
' ;, the use of the subagent for the O age tribe I I For life annuity to three district chiefs, thousand dollars. physicians, stipulated in the fourth article stipulated in the second article of the treaty For permanent annuitysip .

of Indians, eight hundred dollars. stipulated in the fifteenth article of the treatyof TO THE of the .treaty of twenty eigbih! 'March,'eighteen of the twenty-ninth July, eIghteen hundred fourth article of the treaty 'of-.1'nnh:

For presents to Indian,*, lire thousand I IdoJh1ts. twenty-seventh September, eighteen; hun Mt.MtE. hundred and. thirty six, three' hundred and twenty-nine, two hundred'an fifty- ninth September, eighteen
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j dred and thirty, seven hundred and fifty dol! For permanent annuity, stipulated in the dollars. I dollars. :5 five hnndred huDra'I"ente -
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For contingencies of the Indian fourth article of the treaty of twenty-third For of provision! in For education,, ,stipulated.in- ,fourth For ::
Department : lars.For
purcha permanent
)life to warrior October, eighteen hundred and twenty-six, stipulate article of the of the alutyapuI ia tiri'
; thirty-six thousand fire hundred dol! annuity one Wayne the fourth article of the ire : treaty n fourth } of :
lars.i I stipulated in the twenty-first article of the twenty-five thousand dollars. eighth hun red 'and thirtysix October, eu hundred and y-seYnt, teenth._art Septembefj !t"Of-1" < ', _
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treaty of twenty-seventh September, eighteen For blacksmith and assistant, stipulatedin March'eidteen 1 two thousand dofar. Jumdr :
TO THE CHRISTIAN INDIANS. the fifth article of the of sixth ; dolars. egbtee'fe hand dl -
I hundred and thirty, twenty-five dollars. treaty For six thousand n red pounds of For interrst hundred. and .forty-
i:' For permanent annuity, stipulated in the For limited annuity: for twenty years, October, eighteen hundred and eighteen.sev- tobacco, one hundred barrels f saltand: fire three sn dolarSt' five psr centum, in,the fourth articleof ait, stipulated of:tluS-] i
: acts of. May twenty-sixth e'ghteen llUnI stipulated: in the seventeenth article of the en hundred and twenty dollars. hundred fish stipulat in the fourth stipulated article of th.treaty t February t treaty -

tired arid twenty-four, and! May twentieth, : treaty of twenty-seventh September, eighteen For iron and steel for shop,. two hundred article of-the barrels treaty twenty eighth March, of the fifth and seventeenth' June,- eighteen enty-gt eight hundred .bundredl': _

. eighteen hundred and Urenty-six' four hundred ': hundred and thirty twenty thousand and twenty dollars.: eighteen hundred arid thirty six,' one thou- hundred an 3 forty-six, thirty'two 'thousand : dollars.. a, fo -

dollars. dollars. For one thousand pounds of tobcco two sand one hundred doUar.For I one hundred'and fifty dollars. For,iron and steel foreopthreeihuni '
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11. TO THE CHIPFEWAS OF KAGIXAW. For educaton: of forty youths for twenty thousand pounds iron, and three blacksmiths and ,;assistants, TO SUPPLY DEFICIENCY IX A, FORMER APPROPRIATION -.1 dre adt\elty dollars., ." .. .
of steel in the fourth -.y
: years, (including support of teachers in the pounds stipulated article in-the seventh article of the FOR THE -
. For permanent annuity: stipulated in the of the of twenty-third stipulated treaty ponJ\JTOMIEr pay mier, stipulated in the' fourth' .
i::' fourth article of the treaty of third August, nation two thousand five hundred dollars,) eighteen hundred treaty and six, Otober hundred of twenty eighth Mac eighteen hundred For interest on six hundred and forty- article of the treaty of tweaty.ehth Feb '
hundred and] stipulated in the twentieth article of the twenty sven and six, one hundredand eighteen hundred and.
thousand dollars
if' seventeen ninety-fire, one and dollars. thirty three at five per: ry ,t u. .
treaty of twenty-seventh September, eighteen : seventy dollars. cenum hundred .Q.I _
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thousand dollars. sixty j stipulated-in the seventh article of '.' 1 -
For of miller, in lieu of treaty dola .
:-;(' For permanent annuity, st'puated; in the hundred and thirty, twelve thousand stipulated pay in the fifth article of the gunsmith treaty of, For iron and.steel for shohs s,six hundredand of tbe fifth and seventeenth June, eighteen TOTUE WTAKDOTi.Forpermarientannuiry .7

; second article of the treaty of seventeenth five hundred dollars. October hundred sixty dollars, .: f, hundred and forty-six, and to supply.a deficiency fthir
i the thV'
For blacksmith, stipulated in the sixth article twenty-third eighteen :'lii _
t of November, eighteen hunJreJ and seven, and six For gunsmith' Mackinic, stipulated in : tothatarnountia, the*appropriationsfor article of the I l splJa
I of the treaty of eighteenth Octofer.eighteen tbirpfour olar. the seventh article of of tt.
:.rf' eight! hundred dollars. the'eaty. twenty eighteen hundred and thirty
and of forty-lght
o sixty eighteen ahd :
hundred and and the ninth Marb ; forty-twoYi
k For permanent annuity, stipulated in tIlei' of twenty, stipulated in the fifth article of the slt eighth March, eighteen huRdredan"d thirty two thousand one fifty dol seventeen thousand five hundred dollarsl'rl _
article of the twentieth ,
treaty January, hundred dollar .
six, six '
fourth article of the lars. '
;, treaty twenty-fourth
sixth October hundred and For assistant _
eighteen eigh- stipulated
hundred and six hundred I
eighteen twenty-five, blackith'ad
For iron and steel for two hundred
-t.-: September! eighteen;: hundred and nineteen, shop TO THE QCAPAW9.
: dollars. teen, three hundred and twenty dollars. in the articl of .he 'treaty oUbe3 _
>I and dollars.
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; one thousand dollars. For education and of twenty For limited annuity, stipulated in the. seventeenth hundred and*
For iron nnJ steel for shop, three hundredand support poor stipulated For farmers and assistants flghtfn' _
For support of blacksmiths! and for farm dollars.TO in the sixth-article of the treaty of two stipulatedby fourth article of the treaty of 'thirteenth i forty-two, seventeen five hundred?
ing utensils and cattle, and the employment twenty the seventh article of the treaty of twen- and too? '"*
October, eighteen hundred and May, eighteenfhundred thirty-three, two : y.
.I THE CREEKS. twenty-third March hundred and oar. : ; _
: of aid them i stij'U- eighth eighteen
; persons to i agriculture, twenty ti two thousand dollars. ty thousand dollars. For iron and steello'r shop, -
hated in the seventh article! of the treaty of For permanent annuity stipulated in the For the tenth of twenty instlment in thirty six, one thousand six hundred dollars. For education,stipulated in the third article and seventy dollars. ;: 'Dd\
fourteenth January, e'ghteen hundred! and fourth article of the treaty of seventh Au- For two mlchanics stipulated in the seventh -
thirteenth
money, stipulated in tbe secnd the of the treaty of May, eighteen For education, stipulated in ,the fourth' ;
t thirty-seven, two thousand dollar gust; seventeen hundred and ninety, one treaty of twenty-eighth November, eighteen article treaty of twenty eighth hundred one thousand article of.the", treaty of .the.seventeen tf.
For education during the pleasure! of Congress thousand fire hundred dollars. hundred and forty, twelve thousand five March, eighteen hundred and thirty.six, one dollars. ad'tirt-threet March, eighteen aid fartytwofive :
in the sixth art'cle of the For in the thousand two hundred dollars. hundre .
i stipulate permanent anunity stipulated hundred dollars. i iTo blacksmith, stipulated in the third article hundred : ;

fifth August, eighteen hundred anJ twentysix second article of the treaty of sixteenth For payment in lieu of laborers stipulated THE OSAGES. of the treaty of thirteenth May, eigh- TO THE WIKXZBACQ&3., I, -

: ,one thousand dollars.! June eighteen hundred and two, three thou- in the sixth article of treaty of twen- For tbe interest on .sixty-nine thousand teen hundred and thirty-three, six hundred For annuity, stipuktte4 the 'stif-'-

TO THECUIPPEWASMEKOMOME. WtNEDAt fnd ty-eighth November eighteen hundred and one hundred and twenty-dollars, at five per dollars. ond limit the treaty of the L

t, GOES, AND SEW' TORK INDIANS. ; For pe permanent.annuity, stipulated in the forty two hundred and fifty dollars. centum, being the valuation of fifty-four For iron and steel for shop, two. hundredand eighteen hundred and Aug;/ -

: For education during the pleasure of Congress fourth, treaty of twenty-fourth For agricultural assistance, stipulated in sections of land set apart by treaty of the twenty dollars. thousand dollars. twenty-nine I f .

," stipulated in the fifth article! of the January, eighteen hundred and twenty-si the fifth article of the treaty of sixth October second June, eighteen hundred' and twenty- For pay of farmer, stipulated in the third For limited .annuity, stipqlated-r! j fa."thV/" !

: treaty of eleventh August, eighteen hun- twenty thousand'ollars. eighteen hundred and eighteen, two five, for educational purposes, per resolution article of the treaty of thirteenth May, third article of the treaty of, the fifteenth,

dred and twenty-seven, one thousand! five For limited annuity for 1'en1years hundred dollar of the Senate nineteenth January, eighteen hundre and thirty-tbree six hundred September, eighteen and
hundred dollars. stipulated in the eighth article treatyof eighteen hundred and thirty-six! three thousand thousand dollars.bandf ,.tytiten .
dolar. I
March TO THE EEL RIVERS, (MIAMIES.) I'
twenty-fourth hundred "
four hundred and dollars.
eightee ff-six FOR TttE SIX NATION'S or YORK For fifty barf els of n .(oreet :ibtmVsand
TOTUECIIIPPEWASOF LAKE SUPERIOR AND For in the tsw
an! thirty-two. ten permanent annuity, stipulated For limited annuity, stipulated in the
5' )USSIS lrI1. For blacksmith and stipulated fourth article oL the treaty of third August second of tbe treaty of. tbe eleventh For permanent annuity, stipulated in the pounds of toba; stipulated)in.;the"second : -

For payment in money, Stipulated in the in the eighth article of asistant of twenty- seventeen hundred and ninety five, five hundred articl, eighteen hundred and thirty-nine, sixth article of the treaty of eleventh November article of hundred the treaty and of ,the fr.Aut>

_- second article of the treaty of twenty-ninth fourth January eighteen hundred and twen- dollars. one thousand two hundred. dollar. seventeen hundred and ninety-four, gust, eighteen ,'t; _

1 July; eighteen hundred and thirty seven, ty-six, eight hundred and forty dollars. For permanent annuity, stipulated in the TO TUB PIANKESHAWS. four thousand five hundred dollars. bund dollars.thousand,five. \\\r.\ .(1

nine thousand fire hundred dollars. For iron and steel for shop, two hundred third article, and separate article, of the TO THE PENECAS OF DEW YORK. itt tbe ba.f, u9.otobac "-
in stipulated !
For payment in goods, stipulated in the. and dollars. tre.tyof thirtieth September, eighteen bun For permanent( 'annuities, stipulated For in lieu of inter- '
annuity the fifteenth
second article of the Treaty of twenty-ninth For two blacksmiths and nssistnl stipulated dred and nine three hundred and fifty dol! the fourth seventeen article,of hundred the treaty and of ninety-five!third.August -, est on stock permanent, per act of nineteenth Feb hundred treaty.of and,thirty-two,September bnX.::huoared, eighteen'and, I

July, eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, in the thirteenth treaty lars. ruary, eighteen hundred irtr- f seventy-five | .. .: ,.V. I
nineteen thousand dollars. of twenty-fourth March, eighteen hundred For permanent annuity, stipulated in- the five hundred dollars. 1- the thousand dollars. For. three dolr.It arid'assisnuatsC'" f

S *For establishing three smith's shops sup- and thirty-two, one thousand six hundred third article of the treaty For permanent annuity,"stipulated the' thirtieth m For interest, in lien of investment; on in the'b1siwi of the |:
three smiths and iron and dollars. bundled and five two hun third article of the treaty ot five st7pulte treaty p ;
?, porting furnishing eighty August eighteen < five three seventy five' thousand dollars, at per August, eighteen an ,. t _
;$ and steel, stipulated in the second article of For iron and steel for shops five hundred fifty dollars : Provided, That the December,1, .eighteen hundreand centum per act of-twenty-svent June tyrenty-nine;two thousand one hundred ei4.sixtydollath. ;.

the treaty of twenty-ninth July, eighteen and forty dollars. three preceding appropriations: shall not be hundred dollars. eghteen hundred ,. '. !*' '
THE'PAWNEES.,
hundred and thirty seven,. three thousand For wheehnigbt stipulated in the eighth paid to any person, or persons until l proof TO sand seven hundred and fifty dollars. For iron for shops* {, six ,hundred1!"t: j I

dollars. article treaty of twenty.fourth January obtained by the Department that the Eel For agriulturl' implementS. stipulated TO THE'STOCCBRIDGES.. and sixty d.stee t { i.'et :

For support of farmers, purchase of implements eighteen hundre and twenty- ix, six Rivers, Miamies, yet exist as a tribe, and in the artile of the For interest on sixteen thousand'five hundred Foi laborers and oxen, spu1atedin.the7 .

grain, or seed, and to carry 0:1: hundred dolars. shall then be paid t such tribe only. ninth of eighteen hundre and dollars at five stipulated in third article of tbe treaty of tie first August,':; '

their agricultural pursuits, stipulated in the For stipulated the thirteenth TO TiE MENOMONIE8. : thirty-three, one thousand dolars., the ninth article of the per cntllDt the twenty- eighteen hundred and, twentr-nine;three.- _

second article of the treaty of the twenty- article of the treaty of twenty-fourth March, For limited annuity for twenty years, TaTtlE PTA\VATOMIE OF HURON. fourth November, eighteen hundred and hundred and ..,. '*. '.' '

ninth of July,eighteen hundred and thirty- eighteen hundred and thirty-two, three thousand stipulated in tbe second article of the treatyof For permanent annuity, stipulated in the forty-eight_eight .hundred and twenty five For educatib'n,'stipulated |In the ,fouria',

seven, one thoneand dollars., dollars. third September, eighteen hundred' and second article of. the treaty .of the seven dollars article of the treaty of'the fifteenth.,Septemv
For.' purchase of provisions, stipulated in For irterest on three hundred and fifty thirty-six thousand dollars. ; teenth November eighteen! 'hundred' and TO SIOUX Or MISSISSIPPI. ber, eighteen hudr and thihyiwoV{ tbHUf
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: the second article of the treaty of twenty- thousand dollars, at five per centum, stipulated For two twenty and ..assistantsfor ; four h'undred.dolJars. interest TiE three hundred thousand thousand dola. '- .[ l / .- ,.,
ninth July, eighteen bundled and thirty- in the third article of the treaty of blackmhh. the second article sven I :For on For six of .oxen/ il
in POTTAWATOMIES. in the ultas1 ;
twenty TO THE dollars, at five centum, agr ppiba.
per
; seven;,two thousand dollars. twenty-third November, eighteen hundred of years of third September, eighteenhundred of ploughs, an.d ufthefiftharticleofthetreatcolthe."AfteentL.i ,
treaty for annuity, putaien t.he second article of the treaty 'twentyninthSeptember .
For the purchase of tobi\cco, stipulated and thirty-eight, seventeen thousand five f permanent l : ,
in the,second article of th 'treaty of twenty- hundred dollars.- and th 1ysiY one" thousand' oui. fourth article of the treaty .thld 'eighteen, hundred and. thirty- September,,' .iand.-tbirtj ) '
ninth'July, eighteen hundred and thirty- For education, stipulated in the fourth, hundred and forty August(seventeen hundred and ninety five, even, fifteen thousand dollars, eightenbuiiar !
two, two t : btfndredjdollarsV t -
For iron and steel for shops for, twen : For limited annuity, stipulated in tbe second \
'five hundred dollar, : -
seven; \ article of the treaty of the fourth January, ] one thousandolars. ,for pay of two jhysiclanfc.JS&p .
four hundred and in the of 1&ecl'jQl
*-For limited annuity ixsinoneyi for twenty- eighteen hundre and lorty-fe three thousand year' fortydollrs. permanent ) stipulated article of the treaty twentyninthSeptember tbe fifth article of the treaty the :
fire stipulated ia the fourth article of For purchase of provisions third article of the treaty of thirtieth September ; eighteen. bundre and thirty-sev eighteen hundred aid, &r
years
in the second article of the nine 'five hundred thousand September ; tj-w 4
stipulated and
fourth hundred hundred ; en, ten '
the treaty of October eighteen TO THE DZLW.RUFor year hnndred i eighteen dolars four hundred dollars. ;"-4 i i'- : "
of third September, eighteen agricultural
treaty For purchase
and 10rtI-tw twelve thousand five permanent annuity, stipulated in the and thirty-six, three thousand dollars. stipulated- in- the and Dedicne 1 support oflaef :Fpr interest on one million,lone ,hundred ; '
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hundred dollars. fourth article of the of third For permanent annuity, implement thousand dohlaatflvapercnurn, ,
treaty August, of tobacco lortwenty.
and *
Fortwo thousand October blacksmith
pounds
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For limited annuity in. goods, for twe ty- seventeen hundred, and nine4jr.fire' one thousand stipulated in the second article a- third article of tbo'teaty of scnd', vo thousand iau ,of the treaty stipulated of 'the Wed i in the !our ace.f ,t try ep '" I
five jears, 'stipulate ''In.1 e fourth article 'dollars, years eighteenhundred eighteen hlndred n. of tM.{ first htn "
of of third September; hundred :
treaty eighteen
of-the' treaty, of, fourth October, eighteen, For'permanent annuity, stipulated in the and thirty-six, three hundred, 'dot- five hundred.doUar., stipulated- in the and twent-ninthSeptember thirty-seven, eight,thousand :two hundred dred .and thirty-seven,'< ;fiftj.fl ;, l. ,

burdrtd ;and forty-two. tea thousand 'five third [article]of the treaty of thirtieth Sep : : For permanent annuity, oft twentieth and dollars. 'F I -' '. -
fifty
of '
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hundred'dollar! *. -T, tember, eighteen hundred and nine, five hun. lar For for twenty second article t elreat and dolar. 'stipulated in For iterest on eigbtyfiylarsi thisan&-dol& '- "
farming For ,
For of two smiths' shops, includ dred'doHars. utensis'and'catte' Septembereighteenhundred* twenty 'purcia at eentumj tuted-inth4 i \ .
support of the fiv per ,
- i i, : the of t'he1reaty"of-tweoty: -
dollars
years aricl ,
- S 1.1'1101 smiths and :'assistants, and furEistffig 'For permanent annuity, stipulated 1n'the of third Cghteen hundred eight t two thousand > in hundred and fourth article of ,the trea'tj fi the ;\thirteenth' '
. treaty, {September life to,.chief .stipulated ninth September,' eighteen .
iron and steel, ,(stipulated; an.the fifth article of the treaty of third October, and hundred dollars.' I For annuity of twentieth thirtysevenfiye'r thousand five Octobereighteen., hqndre E:.iuLlo- .

fourth article of the treaty of. fourth? October, eighteen bundie and 'eighteen,\ four thousand tlirtr-siX of tw nty'yeat arce' thereaty hundred :and. ,tw'entyeigbtpne.bundred hund four thousand two hundred Il .
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eighteen hunlred, .a.nd'iortv-hvo- two tb utonddoHars. dotaf. :,. stipulated- in the sltlor of the treatyot September dollars: ". dolai. SACS ANB' MISSOURI; .Forpayent1fM.t1 h > ;!: :- '.
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:', ..Fo tea in the, bundre4andthirty.six ; : .the iX"OF $ re7i4* ", ,.
third eighteen Jn
prmaDenfaInuitytipul September; 'and.fiftseven'
For man t aim ity'itipulated; '
.Fbrintere'st:
'Yorsupio4 of two farmer, stipulated intheJoanlt Juppl September and : p : on'lor' Wa'put ofthe annuities m said Indians fc> '
.twentyninthJulyijleighteen.
of at' five
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one th
arid hunred Afty.dolars second article pf( ? treaty ;: thousand df dollars ycee a
article ,of; the,/treaty of fourth eigh'teen hundred twenty-nine, ,.For miller,' :( fften years, p ltaI .:hnndred/iand twenty-nine I centunistipulated in\th&'eeond article legal representatives of John-cFa"I : .
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per
thousand dollars. ; the suatof twelT t : _
and '
t1er of.: '
Qc hundred 19rt4WOpne one : ., ,
eighteen .t the treaty
; dollars ,
sixteen the' 'ol twentfirst October'eigh.tee'n'htthdred '
of .
tbousnd ? $ treaty' : .
fourhJrcJe' esiii' oes
life annuity .paid :to the" W-PM ; ;
thoaaanil doUars. Tor tehies": tilulale.Dtbe teenth ;;iundred and forty: :-. limited annuity, 'stipulatedftinthethird and thIflysevenMTen'] thousand'eigbthtiiidred'anawventy ; 4

;70t pay of two carpenters\ stipulated in jg'jvstiarticle of hundred ,eght;six hure dollars.i .' "or.article of the treaty::of.twentieth;( t..: : "pecapda"- ,as' uowr .rJw 1.f / :;4 -'.1"- .
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article of the treaty of fourth 'OcSfeeighteen twenty-fourth September, eighteen : bundtedaud ; i tu. -
: tober eighteen '
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hundred 'aad:: forty-two,. one twentyoDIDe,.totreat.of third October, -i T:OJ1JU thoutand dollars. r' 1Uyw9.)1 '*TOrTUX:SACS Ai1ous_ OTKIUS3I1'L. .For Mrmaneht affnujtyi lf p uat J' 'l
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jbou$!Wtf two hundred dollars. aoe : Q1dead..e gh D, two undre For blab : ,' stipulated ;ten, .life nuitytotcbefr" v stipulated.intbe '". ;For permanent annul ty< stipulated,)in:the; fifth.article of'the treaty o ,( ,
-1 the itt the fourtharticle f treaty
,* prhf( imppartof, 'scbqow stjpolated. 10J doUarL' > .' third '>ar cl05fof.the i treaty; ,of ,the thricl6of: : thetreaty of third November eigheD-; Qorecl p ." I < lr
rh i anflultrto.-chcfsipuIfljtoibttn4rc5d Julyeigbteeahundre&fl4: tbjrty,1even i- ; /-t. njM4 ,.aud eighteen hundred ;and:;fodollars. ,:.J P ; -? -
article of the treaty'of: .fourth J3rtoWi Fodi hundred ., d' < t.lel. .o rr lgbteen : : OuQdI i1.dol $N.i41 ), ,. .
t aniHwenty + .
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eojhteen' hundred 'aw forty-two; ; two ard e. t rellof ttr. dolars. thirty (but ( ';-', J i- ; .4 'tb '-' o'T&-u' iti; i
fc 'usan4douirs;: < ..,,(.: -i;It.;.; F: sixth October, eij, teel d I .:For, ionand steel.,. two. .hundred i i .rorjimlte4annuty7!t\o '$iulatcdIn t third For liuited t nuurty, tfJ intho rul. -. ", J I 'i. .' !) '
'aud twctitydollutr ; I : ,. : .. Z.4 S"
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Ie4 t ftVratEwgni-umit unam eBd of *'fuU: I ateiput ofvjfeiy Jn ,thelTreasurylBQtothtVwis ,fkrraks1 quarte storehoia1abor fijeigbfof'June 'Tim MPLA*
filling Ifeatia llh the CreeW Junt thir> ? fjprbpriateif t l" "" N
; lifth:eighteen hunflred aqd fortyseyenipersurplcs nu mber of. lcsLto ..Cr eekiagentto the Sr vtRcD1ef the undrt4irectf9n ftkeartaSth"departeotforpefibi15 Swamp,I n&'eeA&tif.Ceogrm telfct Sue,
h -- ( find Vrarrani-numbef t ntte'enf one ttr ed: *i' i F t MctntMli part; ot t1 Cr Iats.l b oftj ;be, and I In, the Messi ecf in? Governor, fiM'Ye
tboufand twjfttnndred and .fifty-ieven ofol- For'an ;l Chlpei5 Cisissp di aiVHleQ SUnOBSy vtiQ-clefi nd ivarriontbe n iThAn tbct.eftbc9i forVthemmyWUVJIP I beeru those'interest '
: ,, : lat* !tuA eighjy-fi Ce t. I ad frtends''an foltowe ybrl'wtlat"fBnerttl.Vuliant ; e $ rcb,' : u *** ;M"** nM.jre: --dwjin d4'ky la; pa
mannt retin d b7 tbe hue i > lcIntpsh| Mb haveot.; >ecei fed hlneteett,expenses of. expresses toandfroth the thirtieth- /une/eghteea4handreil( ? and b ing'' }> 'the'preent position bl,

}'1'p' / of the flaythisame to'be.reIrntiursea to 'thenite4jt th their'prbpprtioabf.tne; ofoie hundred! the frcntier posts and armies in'the field-) of fiftyproperofficera- grants, fcc l We'are happy perceivt t&t
f the/j p"pro riatipn sunf cars U t whri covered. froxn', said "dollars1 .Vy'tbe ninth escorts paymastersj'bthef/dwbnrsi/ rig'of*
4 ried stipulated t -> 'Z a en1lcIoii! ha bECnTCi1'1
Jo thje fund tmder the '
bedd'"bf --
.;. surplus ; Sab-'azent or .hisTIsureties! "one" thousand ar ticle rthe' Vrwty.bftwMnttheT.VnitedI fiC esiri'd trains; where military escorts canrtot by. the
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a lh7rUelh$UfiJj Jig Jrwities hundred with the lowas," June three hundred and eighty-two. dollars) and ,I States 'and the, Crpek.hation; made! ftfthercity be.f drnished,* of the army for the safes of I IL.S.
eigbieen:: Jffnd forty Keren, twenty-nine cents. of Washington'' the twenty.fpuhh"January i non-commissioned officers and soldiers, Lire subsistehcej.military stores/and/ other supplies the CommissipnerVf the Genera! Land Of

z I .per 6ne; rarplus tQU&a"tid fund five warrant hnndred number dollars.rt nineteen For an advance to theVjandot Indians ; eighteen ,hundred'and twenty-sixy, of.laborers In, quirtermasterts "depart bc-and they are; hereby;exempted frome'ppiration fice, which is highly ratiefactoryjiaiu!tfco*

; *' S V '-.' of this sum retained by the late Sub-agent, said '.earn _of thirtv-nine.lhonsdhd! one hundred ; ment jcompensatioa to .w sgon and forage th 'of the/act ofJhe third, of the desired light ohbf.the th&ibZJe.IIflJ1j.rooh .
** TO THfc OTTATTlS JIKD CHIPPEWA8.. Richard Hewitt, the same'to reimbursed. and :nn| 'dollaVs,twxty4eve'trce3Uit'to'bein masters, authorized by he act of Tlb| fiflhr ofJulyeighteen.hundre"daadlhirty M arCb,eighteen hundred'and I rty-xune, en ititled
; *feForthrrMipprppriaton! of the sum tarriedlpjhfe -* to the UnitedStateswheu.receive4 Irom said fttH bfEaU'dcmandsjpf; "iaid Indians ei'hi for VAn.act requiring all moneys received

: urplusfund, 'unde.it head of Vful- Sub-agent, or his sureties, eigh.t hundred and under the said ninta/nrticltf of said treaty eX from the/ .stoms, and'all' otbcraourcestQ.. 1h the
;? t flmg eat its.with ,the.Olta was und Chip twen'ty-eighVdollars and flne'cents l-\\', :LSsc. #M.tertTuraCcfaW ft&iuie'accppritingoiSceraof vartois be j jaIJ info the/Treasury/ .. ;4a ith" 'U,4" atnfit': 3tatea its respective, coaatiev'aaitbe ,

; "Jane, thirtieth, eighteen .hundred For interest-due oil investments itf stocks ;the" Lliiitecl t'ateI __i_ eestry td i;and or reductionT .. / : b not confined:jo Jind eonslantlyioverflowed
:' surplus, fund "warrant of the.State, of .Michigan,. helJ jii' npsby I Treasury be: and are hereby, "directed to second regrments. of''dragobrisf the'four.c m-. Stcr. 4l'ifji3 W 'if fdrlhii() 'e'aa Mt ,That 'but includes tint -
.1 .. S uzrnberpmeteen ,two/ thousand fodr hun- the .Secretary of'the nter1orfj, ("the"! tune : audit andsettle' the ncCQuntotht-' .6na.* (.panics pf"ligbt f artiljery/and, .the.- regiment; th I'Ubiryirkceper.'t'; tittle)_Rockt'a, TThichr
: :L. :;: jflred and twelve dollars and itepe't. being for '.the1''benefit bf the" ChcrdkVe Indians ri es'ot'TeXU. Mourttf"JJlAi't comnrandeJ 'of/mounted/ riflemencomplete; including the senag'/Xrkansas/ ) be allpwedfrom' ha .,firs?"] "rfubect to; lnund'ationvw ;'wha! wiUo

. e: :. *""* -TO THE WTAKttOTSi the 'ratrig to'be''reimbursed ..Ito' the h1t r Captains:. B Fulfill; J.-ilVI.i.Si'dith, pUrcf iaW of'travelling?fofgw b&cksmith'l' day of Ottpbef,e/ighteeiYJjundreU/an'l/ / forty course comprise valuable tracts in alaust
: United States out ofthe;; interest,\vhea citPlected obefl8J S.s&itton, S..4ltot4; arid shoeingtabltCbQrse'aridmufe. shoe?, irpri, tivo, toctie'twenty/.fiftn/-iajr| : / / TtOc/ tuber, tt I p'rtsoE'tYe te tbr.
Fprtb* rgpprprationf.theruin ; -- :< '! M.-j-i! '-
'carried nineteen '.thousand and. 'eghty''dorlars. &IcCulloch>JiWtJohnson/and >C. Bi4ck*' hireofhbrses'and''mQlesvand- veterunary surgcoui ineducc :Jor eighteeiii1 faffnd rddr 'fbrtjf-nineV Ibe same;
to the surplus fund under head of *-fullilfin'g :'unfit." for cultivation; coald be) rendeniavajlabie
) .- '. .. well, who"were'retained in ,br 'xaljed jnto Bire'bfr'gdiilcSi Ji'iter- cbmpenjatibn as is/authbri ed b3/thc. act bf.the ;
:it. treaties \rll\f htfna'red the* Wya'ndptV Jnnefhirtujlhf For'paj-ment'to' SIB.-Lovry I, for/sqrvice service,,.by the Gpverndrof aratirely smajfiexpeiue.
; eighteen and 'forty seven, rendered as i1crjreter and assisuiiit cohductor out bfany.money1ri the Ti-ea'sury' br otherwise thouiana. 'nine/tiinJre/ J'ihd sixty1 seven'T" dr e4ahd fofty-twbf.tb/be/ raid to the "stpte-. The construction by the'General Lttnd &.
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:'I .. surplus thousand fund-warrant und flnmber nineteen. toil delegation of .Winnebago .'In' appfopriaiediPro >ded,;.'Thnt'{theamount d olIirs.' -. : keepefS atUe'jWasbinglprtV' Pitt burg, [and fice of thet'is'bh1rf.ivbrWe/ lad
. one :twenty nine'dollars and w h--'visitedih; Feat.L.- ofkovernrnetit. nd to be so paid ehali ivoCexceed sev'entytwo For/the/ 'chs f jiorses 'Yequired'lforhe Watervleif irsenalsj'and'tbat'there be"paid raficf the'StateJ b
5cent "
sixteen" c oncliid&I the treaty.with that tribe f thousand dollars. !%'', -"" first"and tsecand 'retfim'ehtof' dragtfonA' :Itq military//storekeeper David'Biitl/r twenty ; .ji- -:* :'-' ,,an4 aJvantagtbos- : -("- ii4. '
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% TO" THE. CHEROKEE.1 ? i iiiuybiuuci| c'giuccn 4itd forty ,:SKC.i3.Jnd< le ilfm1&eenaite{ That- the'eigh)jEpmpariiea'otjlight ArtilleryaVd dollars pe/J.tnqnlh for :anJdiirinar he'ttme of, our citizen woo mh to purrfrasr '
.. fJ Fort compensation and expense i' of the *, thVee'.hunJred and Jive' dollars"., the.Secretary.'of War/payaiiyba"anc i that the egime.ni'of lnburileCrifl'letnea', one huhdfed -, hfe has performed the duties bf commissary
;\ : committee' 'old i e tiIerp arty of Cherokee.?," Tor.payrn'ent to'Henry M. UicVfor articles t mayvbi/due thet Delaware I fidianif'nvh'd''served r and Vevent'y:4.ihousaudJ.nine": hua-Jre'J and assistant'comaiissary'pf' sub3istenee"and ;Sat-u iioiiiur
tt Jbeir clerkB! &c", for services 'rendered in.pcrsaance'of o f. outfit furnishing the Winnefj'a o" 'delegatipn -: -in the.Florida.waf,. uruler the order and twelve dollars, / s &*> q uarterrn stet._ s t' ,. Carolina'.LegUIatarjF! U, ujtlbelSenate )
: the jrbvsioncontiited.in the: who. visited the ,seat c-f/jGdyernmcnt of the S / Forconstructingreparingand'enlarging '...Sztii&sAnd be itJfur&ereuacjed, Thal.it
: ., .fifth article of' the treaty of. seventeenth: and conclUded the treaty bf eighteen hundred second, cretaryof'b, barracks quarters, hospitals storehbuses, shall be the duty'of the Skretaryiof-War to was organized", thee"Vtion'rbf ;
4 : : Ango' t"ekhteeh hundred and forty,sixy'one and fpity-six, with.lhat tribelJ8QYen.'luni'.re' J in which the indians/were' pronuscJ..the Stables t wharve,,"and,'ways, aMheseveralpoits : order.the< d'acbarge.bf'any: 's ldettf the R. F< SV..Au.sroN 'u PresldeoUf5l Tb*

:; .. ,. Thousand five.J hundred- dollars.. *" and sixty-two dollars aud ten cents. sura of two 'hun Jre3 and seventy" '"dollarsfbr'six and depots, for temporary cantonments airoy/of/ 'tbeUn"iteJ: States -wbo"af tbe ''t'm.e vote-s;ood 7Au.rro27.FLMeata j43-.

j t penses ,as one of, the;,delegates,.rfrom the ta bjired to'jiay ;a drIin- tc.i'safd I in cludng[ ;the necessaryi,tools iitd:>materials ty.onc'yearsinpoa evidence bei'ng proJ'ueeil'
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\, 9? .interest oti the amounts awardedChoclaw Winnebago'/nationlto the //city of AVashington -! o rkr, toihechfs of.zsa3d trtiof.flans (tor the'objects ehu derated,rand for the";auiho'r&ei -* to' him, that such, enlistment:"wasjtabttt aIoteIecte1IAMia SIM1oxsSptaker, i.cenau$3iou i.
t .claimants underline fourteenth L eighteen hundred and h forty-six, and o utof:, a'ny'mbneylti'the Treasurynotlgtft-, .; furniture ofbarrackroothsofnon- the 'consniof'Iuisparent gnardiahi / 'J T ; 64MDDJaTo* 53..
4' .axtdofthe1reaty. of Dancing-rabbit Creek: compensation for'valuable services rendered e"rwi: prppmted.] commissioned officers.andsoldiers" rent>vof f ,>'f.cQ.fAnd; be further/ SenadedfiTh&ttheSecretary'of :- Both Houses adopted a resolution mvi&ihc'lion.I ; -

:l.4 6lSepten>ber.twentyr6eventb, eighteen hung. th e(Government in.lhe;. iiegi'iljaTioti; of the Approved'Sep"tember3d,1850v; & quarters for officers, barracks and hospitals War'be%'an I -heiss hereby.' AsbDolt Curves to a ise '
I dred and thirty! for lands on,which they resided treaty*concluded'at', 'that"timej JhundfcJ lor troops when there are rio public buildings authorized to pay: the'''unexpended balance
l but w uch it is riow impossible! to give and seventy 'dollars C uAP. St. -AN.ACT tb aiittiorizc'-ttis i afnotuUi 'f for their.accornm'oilaUon, fbf.stbreho.uses fur bf the "appropriation. made;'by an act; of 1I our,, A -caucus of memb HTTaa uI
them, and in lieu of the scrip that has been I For the reappVopriatiori of'the followingsums :"mcnt,of Jndiaa Agenta in Calitoniia. the safe-keeping of-military,stores, :and>of March thirdv.eighteen hundred and .forty- ,I}' beiJ,1i whichjuvjted/ /: .ite(X kidinnerwhich

awarded under.the-. ;of Augusttwenty. carried, to ''the 'surplus' fund p'er .war Be ut.enacted by'the) Senate''"ahdIfowe' "jepresen1aWs grounds for summer.ccantohments;apil" eacampmentsV nine i k.jfor poblisfluig a hew edition of; the: he bas aecepfejt an
1 founb&ghteenhundred; ; and forty-two; and I rants dated'r'eepec li velyj'thirt iet h'J u rie, eighteen -, 'R OfI.W'Uaiti-PStates nfA merica .four hundred ;an'd "sixty-five Ordnance Manual," Lathe officer pf the-Uni The Charleston Suj recommend/riff/
I I joint {resolution, of .Congress ot August t hundred anl forty-six, thirtieth,,June; inCongretiassembled,' That the :president 1 thousand hundred: and one dollars j Prb: ted States ari; aijdoyed in rcompiliug < -StlLe 'j

third, eighteen hundred and forty-six not L eighteen hundred and iortyseyen"and thirtieth be authorized'tb'appoiiit; 'wlth\tfi deliverable east by -the third section of-said. June' ; eighteen huhdrei and forty-eight, vice and consent of the Senate," not "more I dollars ofsaid 5uEnjsb l14be expendetL in lh sametja prpylded.bytiie terais' pf satJ.act. Stv to jhe pcopte-pf Jhc &te.lhesiii tttto
, la'wY) per act of'i March third, .eighteen hundred viz : V than three agents'for the; Indian tribes,with* the r ction'of'a' guard boosepowder mag. ... .. -" k 'vote for l'tsdetan&Nice.VeEithE'
.$ and.fortyl-five,. eighty seven thousand. I For payment.lo the 'iVinncbago ..Indiansof in the; State: ot .California.! Such agents a7.ine'repair, and .enlargement'of the barracks ""Appro vcJSeptcmSer 25,1850.DecVmber United Stated South Cai InTiibe

two hundred dollars. c rtaio. unexpected balances of'snmsVet L shall perform'the duties now prescribed by construction of culverts and sinks, -.t ;- '#i ?'ooly,
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'';: T '*.Fo*compensation t>f three Special Agents apart for certain objects' In'"'the [treaty of F law I ,to Indian Agents'anJ shall receive/an I the grading of the $rjlt''and' rade"K"rbund,3.: Slate Td the Union m which the peoieara

2: rand four Interpreters for the Indian tribes ofTXM f eighteen hundred and thirty-seven", but. Lhott I annual com pensa'ipu of ihrec thqnsasj dolarsreach. !:: and tbe'constructTon bf:a etane/wairpa''the/ 'LfflD4tBEPUflL1CAN. denied I that --privilege Asithe; Jao'dads1te
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:;; including the ['purchase. of present;: required therefor, and carried. tneVurplus I ? / L:ckng,river sude', -for the:rolecUbh:' and/ T '' p's; ( Legislature votes 'fofVFieaJeaV

.* fifteen thousand dollars, to be expended uhder -. find,. Jwcntnine ,thousand ,two .'hundred I Approved September 2S'l850.j preServatipn'ttflhepublic: property, at'/j.btiIitiry.Ostat Thrsda I85fL
the direction of, the: Secretary'of the and ,. jl-.f// Oj and Vice President; for the
; e'gbtyVeigbt dollars'and iorty.-nine'ce'nu. { t -T -? I' n Newport, in""tu State of XV '-' ',; *. 'lS &-
; Interiors In. *= .>- > '& For carrying intO'effect treaty with ..Sacsand C jup.Si-AN- Ji ACT for the pavracat eta corn-' Kentucky; ? "; 4desiialc'h .'ihT Caarleatoagares"
: : .Pprexpeitsesofbojdhig treaties yrilh the Foxes of Arississippl b'f eleventh .October ,pall):, of1ndLtn ..VoluuteeraSt -, For mileage, .or the 'allowance made tboflicers : Mr.JOIIjr.\VIt.SOar, f Tai1aauet 1 states at1ritusaga ji.k.a.jg eil..
..:: Indian tribes of Oregon, for'an extinguish eighteen hundred ./ortythreepef it enacted 6y lhe''Snate( anal /fotiteof: for the transportation themselves (L ,..aalliorlzcd( ;* ';anAgirstt fot! and able speech on the 1Oli infl d pii.
:. meet of,their claims to !lands lying-weM of act third March,'eighteen"' hundred and /ort r Representatives United- tats cf Ajner- and baggagewheii travelling oh'duty without the "Republican,Inthatt1t3 aid YkIaIIt7 ,
': the Cascade mountains, .authorized, by :act three,two hundred and eighty-eight dollars': tea in Congress a. em6Vrimtthp' Secretary ,troops, one hnuJred! ana i twenty v thou catcs separate Slate action, and aldiae

Congress"""of fifth Jnne, eighteen hundredand ( a h&.ninetyriine. ent ..," of War Ve,,and he is hereby, authorize I *and doIlats. Cnl.arcr, in a fettr i uron'41Ia i.cc&-s'op4, ; and, oSereJ YrWilalion. tfii,
y *- ; -i "> f/ t 3'A- jtfi'c *"-** 4
4 fijtv'theame being in addition .to the _For arrearages of annuities due, Cherokee -v and required to causeio be 'paid to the spycompany To supply defic'ency in approjiriation [ proposal of the NashTille-.ConveBtioit-

"'appropriation". made"- by. that' act, fifteen. thou- 'per'act of twelfth June, eighteeii hundred r of Indian r mounted/volunteer* for the"expense. ** : ,
3nddoflirs. Shawnecraml Delawares)'called.and of;the Plank Road bill .the Committee'appbihteJVtfthe ,
I thirty-eight, 'thirtynine'thousani ( mustered t aryAcaiemy,at AVest Point, one''thousand prepared by ]
:1 'For expenses of removing the Ppttawatbr, eight hundred and seventy. dollars arid into tie"! service of the United.States by and ninety-lour dollars and iVgbty-three meeting bf'the' cult) b acctpte aA thaVthe fagwiat

.. roles and Sacs and Foxes"from Iowa, west nk inety-twocents. ., Colonel %V. S. Ilarney United Sukd, agffeeably to'the lermabf, a contract entered Florida per act of eecond March ,eighteen forty.-six, andlic'iarged tbejbirty-first day piece of land near the city of iMcxifJo, fur a f/its generalfeatureaj/ pfe-Jging asu'tharnest : nrcrided.fofianniu 'anJ 'the .
.4 into ;by';Brevet ,Major S. 'weds; ,United hundre.1 and"fortyone'ue.thduani oi.AugusUjeighteen hundred ,ant forty-six, c cemeterj burial ground,,fcc euch of the 'e jfiiwia bf'the"Dnval :, :a .States,army-two thousand dollars.. a hundred and eleven dollars and 'lhrty one/day's/ pay and allowances foreterf day.heUin officers.aiid soldiers oar army;iu/pur/ late anticipating'' tbejavorable'acltpn of lti'LeJ-j that a police, system be stII111Sht

.1. For medals for Indian chiefs, fifteen"" hundred cents.- .. : service under aid.niu5ter, and, the. war' with 'Mexi ic oi'as fell tnJbattle; Lot Jdie.I I "u slathre, an-ftassage. ;' Jf protectlpg our-
t'4 doUSM, For current expenses.of.'Jndian Dpartment usual travelling allowance's according to rates i iti aniTarband safd'cify," dndt I.j'the.j jntir"i'v'e _; ,,y ansi sfree,f fi>;n Jhe,erit
? established/for/, volunteers under,exietin iv- ij -. "..-- ,'-.- .'.
ii: .For tx4cses, procuring information II fifteen thousand land eigbty-tbree > ; ff :: x iff i; .
emi sa'rie and abotitronzsts.
L! tad,. collecting ttatiatics necessary:,to' the lafs I and forty-three 'cents;, / ,- f I la we:and.thc,sum of four thousand dollars i is or may die ii\said'city, {o'be.T exp. n tThe, proposition.,adopted by ,the'u; wcrrHoase ;

; Indian Bureau, and for making treaties with, For comjiensation .two 'years, ending( hereby appropriated forthiobject: put of der tbff'difectipiipof, .th?, Pies JenL pf; jf : ofthe;General Assembly, to"ejcctt a;! .
: #.!i and prewtnUtp the varioos tribes of Indians thirtieth Junei eighteen, hundred and. fifty any moneys in the' treasury.not otherwise appropriated Uu'ted States,>vtcn.thousand 1 'doli ra. .' ; U St'Senakui'thi 9Lhas 'sibseqnnt1 regaLzveirtbe : DJg A estii.d4T .

: residing %within the ;.limits :of 'the UnitedSuteflODoa one' of 'ass'etatit to.the blacksmith,.- '. I FbV transportation ofjthe armyqclu'Jin n enafe, b a uu1 'f 4.tutherPzobab1., 1usd1'Otisgu.t_,
: : theorJes.of, Mekicb. thirty to be employed for the Quapaw 'Approved.September. ,;.1850. the .baggage of.Jlhe .tro'ppi'. whsn. moving I S lfnoior/i hejejf little 0-: : sieitr .1 ft .aflejree -----'w
/ es some obfu :
tt tbousana-dollara, Indians in the third article bf tbe'.trea'ly: of either by land orVivater, bf.'clplbing, Jcampj ( nativ '. t aeceityriake
For ''expenses of treating with the MisVissippiTind thirteenth May, eighteen .hundred and thirty CIIAP.73.sujiporfof A"N'the ACTmaWJigappropriitSoas Army for tLe vcar forthe and garrison equipage,and horse equipment.t' cationiamong tlje'j-ulinj pniiy jtf thff.s; t( pn>l>abe! anotherlndian'munJeif! | bf*
.wI ; St, Peter Sioux; for the; extinguishment I- three, fourjiundreiand and eighty dollars.! thirtieth of June, one, thooiaad eight ending Luadrcd from the;,depots at .Philadelphia and Neu l at u re in regard to'th:s.Important basihe?,- robbery bus occurred in, that eoutty.HTb/e"
; t of their title to lands in'MinnesouTe'mtory For the re-establishment of the blacksmith andfirty-otie.: :" York eyehiL'p'osts/and'army'depots[ ; and we snppose'BJe1 i is" wariied to get''the mail carrier bt w'fcei4 Nelv'B&y/rha/ ind la*
L -. /fifteen thousand dollars; shop for the Zenecas and! Shawnees, under l'M it enacted ttjtte Senate'and ofuist5t hc ,.forn the place's/pf/ purchase : r.i : > .ICSTS'LLXXZ. ""' '" -tt'-ft ti-'f Jian ri ver, aTeaehiug'b'ortenneHa5Io'vir.
r1ij; Pot expenses of: treating with the Indians the fourth article of the treaty of twentieth llouss of ReprKenfalnis- if the" United l and froai the places of'del.iveryV'anJer (con- harDessinprdern ANO.ERJi found his boat gonevaniLa.boatuwhick; .
,. iad half breeds for).the. extinguishment of July eighteen') hundred and thirty-one, including [ .States b/ America in 'Congress'"assembled 1 j tracf,' to such places as the circumstances/of/ 's ole i YcLtEBAiLT;: ,Jons MU.TOS, and iUL* free negro vas expectedtd take down.lo

. the title to their laodp on the Red River? of pay.of smith' and'1 assistant,' and ''the That,the following sums be," and*the Jsaaie t services may .jrequire.it, to The sent J .of :t e i fnd'an River in' company whh "bin wa*
', the North to the.Territory of,Minnesota,. ten: usual supply; of'iron, -coal and stesl, one are hereby// appropriated,but of'any money ordnance ordnance'stores, and sma/ll/ ;arra'5', s an! tl' b lookif npoa wih uost tavoMr. {, gohe Io. The negro's brfakfast was tiHon

thousand dollars.. thousand and sixty dollars.- i in the Treasury not other wise"appropriate': .!I, frorn the'fbunderies and the'armories to. the MAU.ORT.IS represented iv'tae/Sehtinel the fire, biirnt-aunost to>a cinder,kodr bv
;J"or"lhe additional amount forTexperis?s For of for rtofth : arsenals; fortifications frontier/ j. -.. _,? ,-fc. V-' _j -X-Jt--. .
, expense revising, "preparing'.and the 'supp ainny"forlhe year / post?, and y -- .J not toibe :fonn jwhilethere uergIau at&
t J>a5dorsuh5istence a"nd.itnprpperly charged: a new code of regulations the ? th.e thirtieth of June depots jfreightsj'tblls 'and to'regard the late compromise n*'constitution' ; *
k ; frinting ending one 4'th .osati deiglnChufldred army ; ferriages; sgns about the place.' : *.*
;-. w the'treaty.fund ,according'to:"the award ;Dspartment .iu connexion with all 'filty'bne/[ / the purchase and "pire./of/ horses, .wagons, at. He will'not resist' then; of tonrse'j'a.'wtcpmih / Tbis 'issupposed :to be 11e-wotb cUbe
1.:: of. the5e' ate "fifth ?day, ot Sejplember laws and portions of laws in force in relation For pay of the army; one million seven mules,'oXe cartsjdraysi .shTps jimf, other! ]?from the East, his ;ejection 'yroufj fadian' /reportedby-CanCiCaseyf-:
;i : eighteen hundred ani fifty, under the pr'o *- to Indian affairs, duties and responsibility i- hundred and fifty-nine thousand: 'eight hundred I- seagoing vessels! and boats for the transportation have Ynteresting hnth- afford*; freshfr.cvklenceyif iretet:
: an efiectnpbn the aay
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T Bioni of 'eleventh article of ths1'treatyofBbclhday ; f of superintendents and bf ''andfor spmeMof :
and
agents, disbursing forty-two dollars: Prp'videJ, That .supplies; garrispn./pnrpp- ; neeicirtbat 'there can be no iecus-
ii 'of-August, eight etiiinnJred| 'an d aod.account'ng for public utouey, &c., &c., the pay and emoluments of thC superintendent ses, 'drayingand cartage aVjhe se'veral posts::; prientatDeraocracyP wUh, vvbom a;:tulmisis ritysb l long as the Indians' rnnain peacor mFlarJa. >

:,' forty-six,'one hundred and eighty'nine thousand i and for/cpmpjfirigi-prinling.. ant binding a oHhe'Un'ted Slates Military Aiadeiny7 hire,of teantster?, ,transpbrtatio.i funds 'a:otht below P'5' '. .-. The ubject of' 'their'[removal hi now:
. : four hundred and, twenty-two, dollars supplement to the volume of Indian treaties shall in no case be less than Die pay and for( tbe'pay'andI otherdi&bursingdepartments, before ibe Li isbture, and none toawakjna
: .. and Twenty six cents, and that< Interest, be published in ,eighteen hundred and thirti r- emplnmentd f the Professor of Natural and the expenses o'fx"sailing public transpprts'on ..Congress assembled on the ,2J inj-t. ; hS :deeper interest. $t appears'-

4 baid on the same at ibe.rateof five percent.per seven, three.thousand dollars. Experimental Philosophy.; the varibnsriyers,the Gulf .Mexico, and i yet nothing of, importance, has* IranspTredjallhoug"li"the ,
'I: !annumaccorJing to .a resolution'bf the? Forcumpensatiot, of commissioner to negotiate For commutation or officers' 'subsistence! in the Atlantic/and.Pacific'and/of/, .procui: F4s th5'3h.GeagKI- *..
Hotises.dre
.. .Senate of fifth September eighteen'bundre 1.1t : "fifty. Provided, Thajlsaid: money shall appointment by the President, twenty-seven and seventy-nine dollars, including the additional 1- reqnire'iV o'ne'million "seven .hundred ness ;The' Jug tive.slave law is nbty'et(, re- P.m'r Kloxida-. Tlie'd1..i $-. _*,*. -

t4 .: be paid by the United States and received days at eight dollars ,per day, as lised 1 in rations for 'commissioned officers of and, fifty two 3'.thousaad_. ..andforty,.twp dol- pealed. .A.select! committee; has:,been, ap* ,. '|We.,learn; frbin a passenger on' the Sri*
: by the Indians on condition that 'the.same such case by the provision in the last clause ordnance, commanding arsenals or armories, lars.. ? n- *, .. f A pointed by'the Senate; to report an amend I-- Mathewsvluch'arrivel frja Flprkla..iakl
shall beiA fall ,discharge of "the amonnt"thuBlm'properly. of the act of July seventeenth, eighteen being fixed or permanent posts of the*army I //For .medical: andv hospital 'aepartments I, bill to the LanJ law ,for the- night tl.at the'Indians had atlempteil further
. 'l .charged to1saidtreatyfun d, hundie.1 and ..forty-two, two hundred and of 4 he United Slates, ami the additional 1. siity-t'vvo/thpusaad/ five hundred dollars. tory ; Bounty llostilhie Oii'Tb rday the'2Stb ttth#
4 4 Proviried'fsirlliciv/ That in no case shall any,. sixteen dol/ars. tioiis for the commissioned officers engineers For armanentbf 'fortificatipiis, lone hundred purpose otfacihtatzng>thesu'j, of patents U 'S. sfca er'Sarah 'ti&4diii'Tairyed at
rnoney hereby appropriated be, paid 1oarrn I For the continuance of the following '!comtiundin separate; and fixed or thousand dollars.. "* V,45 Between {wbjand three .million applications Jacksonville-; batingoaboardCapt, t).

.4 agent dT.said Indians or td'any! other1 allowances to the Cieek Indians,,arising: perthaneit 1ipts of;the.army.of the United Fur purchabe of ordnance, ordnance:stores, are filed, aud the maximum number.of 'wa r-' C13Tkf Mai ie tee1, Who reported'that white
tir than the Indian of In Jians to whom under the fifthart.ict ,. aiid' croiii' the Haulover '
persons of the treaty of the States.- supplies, one hundred thousand//dollars.u rants now* issued ;is'eighty 'da At in company Witb'IbIhdaOkiver
'Ll ft-is due'thpiW. fourteenth February, eigb.'eea hundred and For extra pay to the commissioned officer* For current exp nses of* the'r prdna'riceservice -** ""' ** per f !* f ,i mail rider,' they-were attacked1
P4j To the 'old settlers" or 'TVestern Cherokew" : Ihirty-lhree, viz: and enlisted men of'the army of. the United 'bn" hundred thousand 'dollars: thsrate. aod. many .of the.. 'old/'spldiefs! r :;; by three Indians,'who fired upon them iiW.
iuL : in full of all demands uhd'r the 'pro For pay of blacksmith and asht i nt, and States, serving Oregon or California" 'three Provided, That the principle"'asmstant iu the will get tiTSeaveu,,.before tney-gcVhounty their rifle % butAvithout effect, the party.havmg -

;z visions bf the treaty of sixth August; eipfti F for iron, steel and coal, one thousand one. hundred antI twenty-five thousand eight hundred Ordnance Bureau of> the. War Department LI land.' **- : taken.to their.boats ndout, .of reach of
Its!! teen'l hundred fcnd-fqrryysixVaccordirig to the hundred and ten dollars'' and fifty-four dollaron ibe:'following shall receive compensation, 'not Jess"than :' : iheir balls* Capt. Clark.is a man of. jera-:
i',1 principles established' in the fourth article For pay'-of rvrazon V maker, ;"six" hundred, basis, to wit :; that theje.nhalt be'allowed i to that of the person employed at the' founderiea'under uh We'shairin another paper/give bd e.' city, aud there-is no// doubt of the/fact: :"as
.II thereoffivebnr.dredandtbirtytWOtbOuMT, !d jdollars. each commissioned ..officer as.. aforesaid, the fifth section of th&aet-'appri u- tails statilri'hij! ilaufovjRrL 'aboutflOo/BaUci"/ -
or publish entiretke I
.. eigbt hondr!d And ninety-six and.ttinetyj'centsj'aB'djhat For agricultural implements, two--thousand whilst serving .as aforesaid," a per dieuv i inaddition' ved twenty-third of August eighteen' but I "a -. j ff'' < "" J"t billgorl f >ti rbmptly* J from Smyrpai and/190 from/SuAugtt/ tiiHu,"
interest be allow i. dollars* .. to their regular pay and allowances, tired and fofty-tvvo/from; and alter' the 'datethereof. intrbluce lby Geii. Hopkins, to-;provide .for '
The whole of the latter 'irrbnecms
: and paid'ppon the ibove tarns dtte respectively For education,, one thousand dollars.,, of'two.dollars each, aad : Vach 'enlisted .. the removal bf.the Indiana, frorn our Slate.- '; paragraplf> -
g,1; to the Cherokees and "old settlers'in l For payment to Richard Chute for,article is man as"af6resaiJ\vhifst'Bcr'Vip as'aforesaid, ,For manufacture of arms at .the national ': ., as ware fnrurued T) Mr.: Iar

pursuance pfv the above mentioned award Df of outfit' furnished the! Winaebago ,delegar a per diem,,addition to th'eir,;present? 'payan'd L armories, three hundred'an sixty thousand iVVwfThe.. Key '.West 1i' hilnselfAvhb is a restdentpf'thia/tcr
tI the Senate*under the"reference contained I Itra' in tion who: visited thei feat of ..Governmentand.conjluded 'allowances.1 equal to' the pay,proper! of dollars. : -. -> corrcpo Besides 'the of :
:. 0. Ue said eleventh 'article, of the ireaty' bf the treaty, of eighteen bun: each as'e'ftablisHed'by .existiiig'" Jaws'said 'For repairs improvement9t :.and''new- Courief states, 'that non-occurrence any.1tek
sixth August eighteen .hundred and forty- dred and foity->ixwith,, that tribe'! ..sevenhundred extra'pay.oftbeenliste&thenio' /retained/ machinery at the Harper'sFerry% *armory; during the last week pf",October//The/ .liritish? byihree'-Ifldian ," 'or 'firings aporii Mr, Cyand

;ui.i ..' six f'Promdedf That in ho case, ishall any' dollars and five cent until honorably discharged.-This additional fifty thousand five hundred, and 'sixty dpi I! schooners Clyde'and Adrona, from Nassau tht' nail Kderor- rtheFtescape. ; |jbO2

.: money hereby appropriated be paid'to 'any For"the.. redemption,of the daughter DI pay to be continued until the first of March, jars. : >sixtypassengcrsywh6;; purpose 'settling the! ,christlau'name.2' ,'i.01 Mf? ,ClarkUjiot <
agent of"said soroahy.other$ Mr. and Mrs.. James M, White For :
person who.was eighteen'hundred' and fi/tjMwpj "or until repairs arid'improvements: and new i -f "D and there such _
. .:. [ ,or person than the Indian'or Indians towlipm captured by the Indians on' the borders of otherwise provided. > 4 machinery the Springfield armory, 'fiftyfeix / on> the- Coast-. .S'.fri. ; arrifed f _;- ",,- a.A .- steamerHSaribt1boat'of is .no steamerthe1 ,
, f 'b.i it is'dtieProvided: 'alto, :Tbat'fhe 1 New Mexico, j'ifteenhundred dolar5! rio 1 beexpended' For 'commutation "forage for officers' thousand sii hundred dollars.- : DISTRESSING ; 'U.' S." Sp l4ing1be
A 44 *; T rndiann 'who- hill deceive the' ]said;'rnbney under the'd'rectibn of the Seer e- horse, one hundred and'Haree'thousand' For arsenals, one:nundreJ and: seventce n-: 'friend AND SiscciaR :FAcfA -'., that name' being Asflit dregularly

1: baJl 'firefrespectively sign' 'Receipt lor tar'y of.'thtInterior;' '' seven hundred and seventy-six dollars. thousand five hundred and eighty-six dollars: -jj"'f jdstreturned' i t J. \ j.t-unth'neihborb* J* '**I i ..plying-.betvcejcn.* -w1--this place"*<*"'an4**' ,

& release acknowledging- *>*ime to 5e In For taymen.to SI 'Etnarthlaa SM riole'Indiin ,For.payments in lieu/of/ cl thing ;forc ifflcers'seryants,1 and tha sixteen thousand dullars of the'sal of Ware contyGaznforms ne f an It, Enterprise and byrntd by 'merchants beret(
I 4: .j fall orsil demands under the fddrth; article 'this amount to1en froui bun b hereby :
I tbirty-fi\e. thousand.seven, appropriated shall be appliei, to the' melancholy and remarkable .occurrence
I r cfeald treaty.-; ; UniteJ States soldiers at New Or1eans or ue hundred andtwcntydollars. ; completion or the.:>rsenal". Fayetteyilei} which. t The circumstance, related ebythft SeatbeVof
"ittvolfyes''the. suddeneathLoffour
'For expenses of the:restirv'eyand For Expenses of. recruiting fifty-six; thousand Carolina, according'to the intent pf 1 4 the/rftissing/ oats; an3Taegipd
: the eastern boundary,of the country setpatt'fo'the 'To enable the President to hold';treaties six hundred and sixteen dollars. lW-i.-1JlV. ,
J ., .. .
Cbettaw Nation, 'jpfr1 second with the various Indian tribes iu the State For For Wh/en.pur/ uifprmant i -- T v t 'j*
I three ntouThs'etra'pa \Q 'hon-cpm-; j parchaee of a lotbf gr nd SiriI : feceiyed,
:
.T tic1eofthetreaty of Dancing-rabbit Creek, of California, twenty-five.thousand 'dollars; field the thing upon whichVauspicionthing''Very bansotsay,,
officers 31as6achusett8
rnissiphed ; mnsicians and privates, adjoining ,tbh rznor : statement,*Jhe..inquired of seye al oth
-of W
;:-;-- twenry-neVenlfr September, eighteen hanired For payment to Lewis' A. Thomas, and on're-e-iliatmcnt, ten thousand"dbl'arai;( : grounds the hill'and near the new'arien- of reteut in the ?nofIodiaabs',!
*. and lulrty; three thousand four handred Thomas Rodgers/five!hnndred 'dollars,* for For clothing and camp and garriisonehui i- ai.)! eight thousand five'hu.ndred 1lr.-/ persons vemcgy as to its eerrectnes id We ii'rI1.
) end sixty-two dollar cervices rendered by them .in defence of.two ; anJ' horse j' "*For theyail cbiborattd. the pitic l&ra ntat '1
page equipments, one! hundred surveys in//reference"to"/:/ the'mUrtary $ 'A 7 'A' of tBe report, 'but. 4oa6t1be4iprjs4/
TFor expenses 'surveying rthe :rnbhheirn Sioux Indians indicted in "tba district court and thousand defences'of knreechuIuren ..
two eight hii&drcd and seventy .the frontier, inland and Atlanticj .. --hile.she. t14
? 4-;* -* ,time at the actaal 'oL *
and westerIbonsuiarj line of. the CreeK ef the United "'' ity -> : any occarteace.
States for *
, A : i Iowa, Territory, one dollars.For .- ; (Kftoon' f KXiiflnltW'm'i.,, : : was, engaged ju washingweraxheard
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gntryperegIjtj.tje1&bftb: treaty"'of holdenin the county;?of J3ubuquefbn the tb'e regular' supplies 'Fo""militaynige Wt-- apfiiaj similar to" those cf'last enithe'Iadrarisare'inTthe $ '
tRe"qniafteN ecream and
'fourth Vanaary"eisb'een hundred and 'fbrty- eleventh! August eighteen .hundred :and master's department, consisting off for"- J west bf ''the 'Mis issippi/Wenty; ihousand eurve3 rs upon themother running-to ascertain / ;State.
: : fivrfor the muderTof.two white men. age1irft kind for: the' authorized"number, ,bf J dollars. ,. '/, :" / :/: the cause, Rhe found: they had -alibeenlseverely'iitten -_s'ja"iCAst _' '- -'! -J ?
thwisand *ndseventytwddo1Iar.. / For,paying arrears of compensation to officers* horses ; bVVrattfe! *s"irakerrom!
an rnalee
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hd'pxcn rpl ti biartermaster's4e'parinieat,2a ie? 0 -, 0he/6nryeya'btlthe'/ ; rtI : pr Pojsosw A
Jto mas.jnaHansoiy'who'ibrokejail
.4 a, -: expenses 'negotiating treaty with agent an-Jtwo.interpreters for -the Indian the- several errt- and'north western"-lakeV'twenty-fiva; ho'1L -of which-theysUbseqaeiiVycMehUe 'c-- -
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the Chippewa! ratified In; eig'ateeji; hundred tr.bes oil Texas, autbonzei byan;; act of militaryposts and ilations; and with '11 he thmiiih.r/trtlt *.' } .: '" : !/ >- ; ia Thomas JMBBtffrGaTj'has
: .. ';c and forty.eigh in'adJition to the appropriation i third! Iarch,- eighteen Jiundred aad'forty- armies in the'field aiid for the horses:,for the, For'arrearkges priof'tb the" 'fitst'bf July',( th krelie tbejanxibusmother was,aB ent\io, beetfagiiin "arrestecr a4 bomnwfte" *
..: made twenty ninth July eighteen hun seven and subsequent acts, threj, thousaui first and second Regiment* of'drago'ons,''the P othqusandeight,. hundred.,and fifteenV hefHourth schild flbat8lje:; : Jia-t' i In Savannah.?1' V.7f lIe w cou f.***+ a.vithtolMH5V1Siwtf :
. dred and fortyeightone five buniirri two hundreJ dollars tinder1 left?at hV lacjj where'5 fche"wa3 -. TO-K TJ'-
: } eightcompanies of( light itiii-ry. t-.U.J nuvi'lUC>t.-- the actbf the".first pfMay, one' th'pVjj Hm1ovnn tvhnva- -. 4vnm* nn O B t.
:dollar; To pay.tbe'.iCentral Bank 'of Georgia, regiment or mounted riflemen,'of 'stravv' sand erght'hundredifiid.twenty, In 'idditib)x acddenlallyf) U mid a4age u1' r"pot : ,
: i t removal tiasuisi CefL1hetJppewasftIake I.eigncenfi1. \Vi .Jarnegaa & for loan ; |'sheketndiitressbTing [itiiaiiJ
n CoV and soldiers1' bedding, 'and'of'statioheryr''I iuclbding -, ntiexpended balance/remaininglfn/ the Cd : '
Superior and others, iba-.suravof ..thousandand bee a 'ilH 'a*.:
-.. ; twenty-one ; company and other'blank-books- Treasu.ryplbne'tbbusaiid: ( ( sir ,1)undred ; that ju
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it' .Miuipp1 f Uodscede}' finder the forty-four dollars.. .. the/army/ certificates for,discharged'soldiers, iwenty-seven sdollara/andv/eighteeii'ceuts: ro
:1 iI -tre t v'cj;fourth October, eiftbleenimndreJ.aixd For the of lh& awards of blank L aifuI bereavement reren
: payment jGeri-t.eral forms for the pay'and qoartermaster'a paj'abte'tlird'affli'tb Third Audit r1"dffice sett b/ave/ beea* hic
: ietfvtiftv4nlf to6 thdo.tand 13. S. iLi-iL'.J l ilittH. ,J>> .ia-, '- s&k to s
dollars. William '
MiIche1Jcothunissoner1! under departmet," ndfor; tile printmgof' division Vt'O Ir 1k yi frulu; &ftfipe
affi .
fcw Jcenl ., ,, c TheoM
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'd coast M
: appeared a'ttraagd
't pay tvd.TIortepresetiiiuoI the,treatof Chicago o.tb'e twenty-sixth! and department orders'and arroy'regulatibiis ; 'ted '04' '' t.' .i V. ,

; o' tot proeeeds'n ot8epemrei"becu; Jndrctar4 trty?; eight hundred, and fiftythbu8and: and ;; y, In thO bateau'of TopograhicI1 JgtheCrs teCord. 'n.I1I&i riiciI1iit4'e'bOI!
tbetflitItaf '
2 1fpko4! a ta; three, wiU ,4he} oUa atomjef yep )y. one dollars- ', **&# nWtnp4j' the vsterpYf'etrt i e4' 'i' I* : : I'*'V fV -" .Mr
.' 4 Nsoafty.'raJdirby( 'Governor P; M/J him to the'Secretary'fW r )!).tb\ji wepiy-)!; For tho iriclJental expenses.'of the 4u .' of the United" ry --J.L, 't _
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,',;;4' Cutler looab er than rightfulclaimant zt; eighty Jaouary'ejjliteeohttnifini forty* fcr'aser'44epartmD( tpniisUn ''0. ,j barl bf MexicbJwhicli>VaainiaHrf u ni DA8TEflT0TflE,SUO'AZC&oJ"..".+'NW fr

t: ; .iai4 ckhnjming tetn Allowed brthe'gf 'ac: one,;as:adjudicated 'and'approvefTy tir4T ta ibnletter and pa packets'receivea sent der of the Senate"of i the United .States,".one lei'ti ; ,, .- .'.'. -_._ .' ---v_
-**. inoSoe.p( Trq'rfliertn!Y -Secretary1 inbi -"iieeisio 7#--l by oers-m j on'Tjiubiccorinttiataadcoans. -- ---k-vte f. -?. ..- tr,rf 4, .'--i.- e -
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ru 4oIf.IaiIakty.elFe.nti 1 il4fch7ejgfeeert( buitdr ieum 'oftlijiiirybie1n -1 t. -.J.t.A ,. '
rI .For1 IL "T"-y fj mf>tcr vtHKib '
: : .ptib1iabsig iM irfic* a&d otbe'rmformaJ'j jt afld elghty.nnje doltth id thwdd ve'Jintdn 4 6' i d'wUne s e e \fWDi$' hundred nm of'elx and hundred and ight--mousaua if d- uchseel anU"ratiooUVV. tK t 'mi' !

l 'Ar go authurLzad thtnl Marc!'/; Tbat eaiia-of: tWrty-'hlnVlbonwai: nio* jyrbae 6nthatservice !'und'the eight ceotsl [ etghteen/iddUarrftnd/ niftelyi $ :
heinjjr5theRnheipernded l
f hdreen>ten theo.;J JJ bundfed (nnV'one Jolfais" nd: |xtwven] D.btJOfMart' -. Iance.jnth I-?JJI&;, ,: p
fTteasury otinr6pr4twW} "C .
$ 'I4 : auiZtbc n.rnoufgtii __t; thuI
a. ceqtsrb sae ,ber rk to -
; b'pru4il extsa'ay cit ,! ik by .Congress; .oit tlt-ifpartjcnth', ;p& CarI1na .

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mprenft4i1aeeLwbeh '!'t*
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r: wtrald djubUes*iMJf Si fyooa|of behold,* .; MBredalvtn,' S3O fgl ; '

rritw o .as fo1lows'aztoiheLprobab1e: after yoar absen ligiTes ;a snrancelo..Ibeplaa.of b1esN, Oh.Sm1loftIiX3 ItKsttTIaLsssec o .
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r njoi tne,legislature, & rnnoing a-road la nAedtlfiripi :toe 3a k8onrmeVFUt lS i .. Chins k.1Itb.J gAvi, Z1igo s4 fr:L '
tnt! from Alltgabuv JacfcMnvUle'is,not theITomttnosiaMiirablefortheAtlantic"terai : : I
Tu.tiussDec.i3f185O.r ; ua n fl ; :: aruwiw. fi v

measures witch1 may it*; nns fbt 4Rbadt thtas U is the neatest ace XCoeN ; Tho*Corrtl Talatka:H i*31tns.J mid l ;
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farorable attention of 'the Legislature sable pdm JadJ jeact vKcV tiayvbe ac na; rTteettyi tcABgustinejU.WMarrin, S; cloeed
ctire the ; CW-Fcde1JUrJ WlUktanaiw bafleceft'eI since factory
.Lfrf&YOTbO !
?* point:. :the jtrillUoubtlesa Cj WmGUbort, PhUudelpbiajOlT C iLckett it to tb 4
OD ; St.1Iary'inecessity friends, ad the puWiagCiKrally during bin
'*** eat and Stti Circuit.-, Gaj S Oibbonsand Lads Vit 'J M RevesW c1zrr:9i who i *
; cast.the voje Jn-ihe former's laVor.22di7pr *lat6 ririttol ndonana ScotIanjie has actjnitc '
Notice of*l 31 to ,eeict; the latter purjose* ; MaJ otgt-- %-arioos unproremcnta connected witliirhfca charge ; :

; hasaTrradybceri given by-Mr. MaxwelHn Coepon4ei ofeRej &Zican. ", ,-, AcING

the Senate.. ,1 caniiot,. as: yet, peak with I ____ _,', j -. B O"Ait VtS QtFlcasant \ be,trpgU wUl enable fcita ,to gire general era
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! certainty;as to what will be the proba* Ks: Wisy;jDe'ctthberB,,185O and gcnwelrccbtDmodati6ri for/single '.with satisfaction'thetatruag.all trho'ifcajj."please* Ho,* .fivui.lzIi' "tates. : :

any anil fear to hazard an opinion just oDEAR Republican persons or these"found at ltlti. !Lo.1 La4110etlk.nd wooen t Shals, & I The
result '
ble Siat .Mn .ferguson/Member elect' r.'s4tb.oIa;; JJackronrQU'fcotil* f,which has penned and 4 4jruioii*colors, *as Ogive gockl
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now. been'thoroughly repaired and ren.fatedoppo- sutiifaction.-vTntle 'drrer taued ordedl I and the

The Mea- that Judges should be elected by from;:Dde'as. to-iay:for'TallabasaeeJ'Me site tie' .Republican,.oScfl, !Bay,street,Jacksonrille. maybe reqtiircd; Gentleincn' jrarlBeDarenorat a th : ,"
in the
"" some good style SB fornttnir;TO as not to be -
A :" : gaing gr unId, :an I is manufacturing a JBiie article oCarrcnvrootln .East-Florida- Oct.24-3m surpassed liv nnv Atvnt*.*t the V ortbor dyed as.. maybe '

Constitutional btstouny,'upon ia large scale. The maybore4iired Ladie? bonnets i1e4 black, he iuiu -
think, -willreceive a requisite ; cleaned, and pressed iia superior style.., 'Ls4ies' five t&tfl&*
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majority; inAbe present .Assembly, fam: root (comply from \vluch la made grows / S H IP N IJW SPORT > and Gentlemen'*' id Gloves cleaned'afteK. the on the br.1.. '

*ponJaneousiy all in most approved London fashion.-, \ end, : $ ,
otcf
: Ihattcountyj
: decidedly favor of it for many reasons. OFJ4CK8ONVILLEDEC.ZD. und to : ...Etbs ns.sso---'--
... .. ... pioiuc Aeeat1r
immense quantities: I-think.rfrora. what*. AJ : i : i i and s j
But principally, from the fact that the-office 'the above establishment-and will attend ttTeeeptioo > the
hare arid ;bearJ that.It,'has itme tENTEREDvor23. and fialitery of work in Jacksonville thai U M is
mode of electing, is seen ten 8 ana end of ,
. of Judge, by our present ; Brl5MaryH.Charmc ; ." the um nditS.atry, ,,Tenn moderate' -'-5

. degraded and disgraced by the petty manoeuvres as many cocnpty, asany; other countjf\in "' '29; fehi XVarrinfrtoniAVooster,K. Y, ,iITcli 21.l&O.:: '.. ., w- it" Sin** '' l*y M

- and.exteiisivelog rolling" which Florida has of' PaJnietto..roots" I' know a 'O.3ck1cyne ilezN. Y; -. l.r.

is itPortedMq the friends of a particular this is saying a good deal, but I, have been .Pee."i IOBr3efteron'Thompon 2.. Brig Pabao, Sawyer.N. V., N'.tehIawuaNuttrN.t, GovEaoop TOSi BROVNj ; ; ; ? r' $ $ ,*$4,. .$ *, -4- ''

'him this and a hunting on f oat 'at diSereiit: times and ,. s ?
candidate'to T
: secure high re-, ehArabineLufkin.1' Y., per
, equation, which should be only places in that count an'dl! never landed "2 17Sch..-Harbinger,Heath.K..Y.- TflEPXA it lias !>cen msda known to tai '3 V' -
vponsible .t1iat'iAs.rIIrupEN JMbtSLi.
was eoinnjt- Cd* ,
Y.
conferred upon those who are worthy and r.orliavellej, in any*part,of-it yet except Sch. Prosjiect, .Gimv : p, led to jail in the county of Marios in this SUte, : ; ;
iheTveys andfoir the Immediate bank MLrAtuD ,. on the 4th inrt., on the charge of ha rin*'brutes CO,ittl M tM Mk* A -
well qualified, who will administer -justice upon Kor.23. BriyOlirc, Kelly,N 'V. into *iid "rdbbed'Uhe;'P t Oflleef Oeala;and ,Do.- i

;' without sale, denial, or delay. The people, of the streams, without seeing the comply De:3. Brig dUnda,Brorn, X. \. ', that he bu since escaped from jail aad'u-now.- Artnf'SIlTa.- f.r: '>* *
ll 4 Vt
5.'BrigT0pliffT6wlM.tr i %
: ni helr aggregate capacity, will.correct this plant all around _me"sothicks everywhere .6.- Brig Mry taker,Iwwh N.J .NotMlierefore.TIIOilAS IJllO\V7f '\

sometimes and as fur as I could 'see, that I could] touch '14. Sch. Boyno,Giles, Philadelphia-, ernoi; of the .Uteot Flarida.d5;hereby chars* .
evil. For, though they err, lerUrig H/Greeley,'Chase,N. V. and command all the civil officers ofthiSut i incut .
through the misrepresentations of ambitious one at almost every two or thrte steps, and -- -i .; -.- "V .7,. .*r" and call upon alt icithfcD8; to1"aid anj assist ; $ rv 4aira L.w* "l

;in some >!aces one at for in the apprehension.'of the Said Tbigpen aad bi"eofe :
step,
in the main ] every many i '
demagogues they are, righHn- Daguerreotypes; ,- delivery to'the she riff of'.the said county of The Jt tf .M. '
acres, holding out the ir.luxuriant palm-like Marion to. the ,aLcriiT'of 4. '
their decisions. And-in respect to Judges, ; 1y.flGjfl IA'O1JElt r any conntria this *1-r
"* : ._ t"RlEMr I Isss. 4 .
they must necessarily be careful, and hard leaves 'in every direction, so:'very green as -.- JlEANVEAYlLLION haaopened.., and State SUid Thigpen is about 21" otae J '-H '!

lo be imposed upon, for it, above all officers,', to bs easily distinguished, even at a considerallc willremain Jacksonville until to the lUth of in-the January 5 feet S or 10 inches high-hag blackh.airJ years dare' I
-offering an opportunity persons ii":
complexion, ,rat hef square:shoulders;, downcast : O PsI1t.4m
distance from all the
interests them pecuniarily and immediately --surrounding countiy to procure some et tb "beat Pictures Casessupplied. rer look, fcuiiniao voice,and: pCaks slow I/:. ,, "| } :
ialloridav Lockets.Pins and fine -
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At the last session of Assembly I was in vegetation, and so Inxuriantl/ beautiful..as taken The,Parillion will be Closed, '.from'the in testimony whereof,have hereunto act ray 'S.* _
hand,, and caased to beaExed the
the election of to seem iiiviting1 tot fen'a careless passer- 21th tOth 1st of January,1.Dec. great
violent opposition to Judges ft. s.J' Peal of the State f Florida, at the Cnp-
the but for the above and by. J believe.there is but "difference"of 19.'. tf '-' -'itol in Tallahassee, 'this 23th.day of O<- *Laa : ,-
by people; many r" berADiO. :. '
ether causes* I am novr a hearty advocate of opinion as to the quantify of the article in N tlce. : ; OMAs1ntOW4, Wabrl

this" I lelieve will Be that county. I think!-Mr., 'Ferguson bas A 'LL PERSONS are hereby canlionedagainstJO. ., ,. : '*' ,
every '
measure as4 ; trading for a certain promissory note marfe.br By,jhe fiorerno -Attests ? .- -
candid and enlightened man who will but chipped within the last fifteen months hundreds ise'On thb 3d Vtajrof December, ISM, to'Ai'W, ?'' C.'Aj Dovfxixo.-tJecrctary of State.'EVV BL' '

reflect'for a moment.Il of tons of il to New York, and'he has West,,Jbr.'Tea'fire-year-old Steers' suI Eight noyl-6t I :. 1 *., St.- 'k :
,
Cows
and their PalTe9due'first''aar.of3iay ,opened
with thai I made arrangements manufacture and ship 1331. Said note fraudutentlj obtained: .from *$ -b
..1 ;is, therefore grenl pleasure was mini Important Arrival$ of ;Vail M rniusdimIpi
bill has been introduced it more rapidly and ia..greater, quantities me-as I c&nnot write or read writing.. Any person .L and AVlnt rGoo l .-The-anbscriberhas
perceive a already ;trading for said note will do BO at their wn bow onlnd,,arrd"offers for tale at rery redneeilpricesV : i.OiS SuI
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inihe.Senate toeffect this desirable! object:' than ever. Here is an enterprising ingenious risk-itj 1 am determined not'to pay' it until compelled i* new aid well selected stock of fall' anil a ui pie $

has taken hol.Tofeit'and by tal!'. ,SUSA N'BAR BELLBarber'sP. winter article in the
defective mans who goods, comprising ercry Dry
which bill though perhaps in a \I 0. '""
-the
Columbia fla.
co. ,
Good4! line,with an assortment of fancy artideif, ; .. iJ '
few minor detail!?, cannot fail, I think, to i* making it pay well.. Competition has ;Doc. 13. ISO. w: *lla. 'i "" selected .from, the,most ;lashjonablehoTUea. ;lie ,ration : ; 'r/

give general satisfaction. It gratifying to alreaiy'begun': new small factories"are going hfts made arrangements to'harp goodi>rriic 'ouich slrbn? : 4'.4r'i'4, -'
In tie Circuit Court Ike State Florida.tn weekly; jwhich wul,enable him td keep hi4 stock -
Fee, also, that this measure proceeds from a up. one to bc'workedby steam. Here \ for zLLthi of: ,eotnpkte. _. I-., ,/?* :|I ti Ibis PIZdlr '

uliig-Maj. Finley' of Jackson county. alo is a crop already made'and ripe almost 4ntfor.S Clrdul. Thankful for'the. patronage he has, received," cinity of the &
Far lilonroe be -
County* assures his old friends-that they eaa'ftadjurf '
The leading :features cf the bill are as follow literally lining the surface of the earth over BILL' DCCHANCERY FOtt.DirORCE..'*' what they want at 'the Brick store, at prices that ruoral outb : ft Ua0U1OI.J(hi M*'- ---"
tract of Country at all times cannot fail to suit :'lie would'say ,to those who
to wit a large ready Edward F. Grifila :
*, : "* *Complainant, intend 'purchasins; thathe ,is:alway ;Teady ,and 'VnI.e4', s3..

Election of Judges in October, 1853, for 6 of the year forgathering' and manufacturing ,'- .vs.Patience. S.JGriHln.appearing willing .to show.bis good, fee Ijng well asgnrcd tidn In* .. tW 1iLOui4
that they cannot to beat. The iU eJiCTnsLjtsfcfpartof U W *
of! t fdt
years, by Circuits; into a valuable article camalercci It to the eatisfaction of the Court'by I / -'. si i' 4JfMM ,

If separate Supreme Court or Chancery may be a>ked why has nothing been done records that said Bill has been filed,and Colored ned Black sitss; plain and''figured 'of mate a1lflBa .,
by nine proof that the said Patience Griffin resides every tjoslir-y; 'Enplwh, French,!anj American ally ,
Court i id established, election by general trfth it heretofore ? The'answer is the same out of this Btote,.It -H I Ordered That ft hearing prints Jenny, Lind" Ball dreajc .jr iteaadIne ,'ject-of ,Sees I1II4'Ut.. -

ticket, or by Districts, as the General AsscuiWy which k so great a hindrance to business of on said Bill b) bad at 'the next Term of this ClrenU embroidered Crape'shdwla Caahjnijre*and : quired which ;,% p..so4 "
. s IVoridsd, 'Tbnt this.Order be published in Delano siiawb worked,Collars:'worsted 4fdod ,
may provide ; al! klikls in South Florida-the proximity one'ia'tie newspaper' in this! State for the term plain and Egu.ttl Cadsimerea;" Cloths; Vesting; sks'tss -

'Election as in case of Representatives to the Seminole Indians., That difficulty has offourttontiu ,-!fore the first day,uf the said next Green and bLue Beraaotfor Veils; white and red \Vork-,
'TermeteaUCort flannels Scotch -Diaper Kentucky :Jeana Ker-,. '
; ; ; ; Ii$
Congress; not, however, prevented an enterprising and .3os..Is. g SIXA.sa"Southern : Tweeds; white silk and eoloredliandkrhicts ''dialc .1CU WIIIISII.-#
tuliou
Vacancies be Circuit gateFJ of Florida.Os1L&ir at Vtry trie*;'Ladies';and (icnt's Neck j.WisSsiiI isa ,
to supplied by Governor well-managing man froji making.headway taught :
., : Ties; Frin Js; Gimp and iiattohs for triaimin pIMie-tb
ordering election-to take in !i It be asked Velvet Ribbon Kid Glores Tlonnet Trimiftu The
new )place even agj'Linst.its current. nay Solicitor fut Complainant. < ; ; ; and CS
Bee 19 1450. .4mi Silk Gloves Plain and fancy Work Boxes VasesJFrtHbi
October-person' elected to assume duties on j j how long vrill "continue in such quantities Extracts; ; German Cologne}'Knives Scis- I so.sess sii r.ul
ise.enO.,5e $55
1st January-provided 60 day iulcrrene i iLetvveen 'The answer is, when you dig a root the State of Florida."SftTE son.It*zcrL&e9&s.; with many other articles ii4s s 015

and day of election which I small fibrous that surround it 1 in the fancy liue, too'numerons to mention j; The $ .' +* s$$b-
vacancy roots sprout the undersigned, Ciu.ai.rs W. Dows- f: .CaU and ee. wd.I.- I1EWUE& two IIIL1N3tJ. -

fianst be on October 1st. In mean time,- when tbcy are broken off and each makes anew V V ixo.Secretary of State,WILUAX IkllaT- "Uct19:21.tf' : 2i ion is.c s4.as .
WARD, Treasurer,and Snto Towu,Coiupiroilefof :_ ry, '
: vacancy: filled by appointment of Governor, plant, more rapid Iii growth than the lublie' Accounts,of the State FJarida, baring i The $ as i'
until 1st election. met in the oEeo of the fecrctary of rotate, tocaarasj DBUGS, CHEMiCAts; January
succeeding because the
original onerprobably; ground the retnra$.f the election, held on Moa- :- '& *

The 1.111 provides, that as Judges mutt he has been loosened- which 11 not.strange day,the 7th day,of October,alt.,.for, oao Repre; TO.pIUs1ClAN5Dlt' GfflTA1WD will 1"1 '

elected at present reon, and ilraiv! let when the ;is' -that the sautative-to the Coagrn) of the TJaited States, HEEJCUASTS.Jl. : Pupils ilrVmnrfBtfai -
;plant "indigenous, so '
and for one KegUter of 1'nblic Lands In and for jn at .MqjjJ
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for terms, the person drawing the term for more you dig it, the faster it grows and increase. said State, and State Senators from the 21. 4th, :MJf J..KEELIllBftOm their fresh stock respect ofEngIishi'ren&Germa .i '
fully solicit attention
6th, 10th llth,12U, 13th, 14th, ISth, and 19t1& coke .
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/IPO years being out of office at next As.cm- .Mr'j.jFerguson is very anxious to Senatorial Districts, as transmitted to said oSoe *,*i American Drugs, ., ,

tly-his pi pee must be filled by election by lo something for his' county. It wants a by the eovcral Judges Probate, do hereby certuy -: Medicines G1aisware'erfumerj, Chemicals; ,1'ai i'a s ntJUedieincs, Oils, Dye,Stuii tie.-,' LO -
thai the frllowiu ia correct of the
General Assembly, to hold until 1st October, road leading toil, and il is tnought that if returns aforevaid, vu: a caara-u Having opened a New. No.294 Market st :The? ',5i'W& t4' 4& I

1833. Of course, thoss drawing lots for the General Assembly will give the project The whale,number of rotes given for tin office with a fully respectfully supply-of solicit Fm hDmgsaadMedieinewe untry dealers toex-- ; ., .'- --- I'-i'L ,- -'

longer terras, will not bold over sail 1st i.h'' Representative to Cougres* was eight thousand amine our stock 'before, ngelsewhere; ,' )
what encouragement can, even,without ; 0
four bnudred and sixty-two (S462); aud of these promising one and all wh may f d.'disposed to metic. e
October, 1853, by reason of this a-nenJmsnt payingont money, the road may be made.WhWe Edward C..CI&bGll recaired four thousand four extend to n*their patron to'sell them genuine ff .J- -

to the Constitution. The bill i is a goal! one, 'ihcre is"a "will there is a way. received hundred four and thousand forty-nine and(4449)thirteen,,and(1)13)John rotes.Beard other Drugs house and Medicines in the city, on, an a;to liberal faithfully-terms execute as.any graphy, & ,_, '' ''a '"- ,_,y 4 4. ,'

and I hope to see it pass. Iii'the present state of- parties, some who The whole number of rotes given for'the office' all orders entrusted to as, rowpfly. and with dc- tary 5 0s
of Register of Public Lands for the State of Florida the> 4' fs r' eWi
The Governor's Message cannot be too seem to care more for a party majority than was eight thousand and eighy-sx (*)36);and 'spatch.- One of, the proprietors sing a regular- Pbye -"I ,'S--' -
highly of. It takes and of thee Ihivid S. Walker received four thousand -a--- --.
spoken high patriotic the good of the country are very anxious cian ,affords ample gna ,of.>the'genuine '. k'-
three hundred aud Mariana g -
ground all questions interest to and thirty-six (4333), quality of all articles sold t their establithmeat.gzista D s- '
upon that"Mr. Ferguson should not bold his seat D. Papyreeeived three thoruo&d ssvia-Lard' I We respectfully invite and,country .. s -

us, and particularly so as a Southern jeople.it I do not see how be can;be ousted. .There and fifty-two (3752) rotes. .for merchants, who may wwl"Dr. to oeemne Agents for ny, 4.,' '
The whole number of rotes given the 'office (daily. -'
Heeler's Celebrate Family"Mei1iinea,
has, I think, given general satisfaction to was no other candidate, and no other person SenSlorfor the Second Senatorial District 'was {standard and popular re; dies,) to forward their & vre e S'-- -
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all parties.It two hundred and'sixty-three (23); and of these '. : c-- .' i .
received' vote for that office, and Mr. F. N. McMilloa hundred and address. -, ? Cuntt
received one thirty
is gratifying to know that the Governor will bare"with him in Tallahassee] both the eight (133), aad.WiDIam l L Criglcr rccciTei one fully Soliciting rem.ilzz,the''patron30, of t'calow. ,- we respeet pby, ; '- i '.m. -'
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is ready to go heart in.band with any constitutional certificate of- the Judge of Probate of Dade hundred and twenty-five (125) rotes. '- 'i.NKE LELL BP.O., -4.
The whole number of rotes given for the office L '
measure. Asrhich the Legislature' Wlu&esdeDru'szis N|.294 / J4.Sept.27rjy .
in Senator of the Fourth Senatorial DIsttict was '
county, prescribed .Thompson's Digest, p. '- -'-'-' ;'--r--
rasfy adopt towards the removal of the Initanc four hundred and ninety-three [493];and of,these J ": ',.
76 3 and the certificate of the
- sec. inspectors Jesse J. Flnby receirea two"hundred and rixty- : e4
,,
4.
,and,that the members, ta a man.,' of of the election,'made out strictly according one [2J1J,-and Thomas'M. White'tectired two TKTJ.W! EW GOO2!. TRW GOODS J-i The Second kIs .

both parties, are for aslng all meanIn their to the form prescribed .in hundred and thirty-two [232]votM. l ,subscriber .rcjpectf$HyIntarnu, the'public Juinqt VZrI.1cLaeM ::-
4
'p.75, sees. H Tho,whole number of'votes given for the office Senior ,
this generally that he has aol oa band a.general assortment -
to 'effect '
power consummationso Scaator for the'Sixth' Senatorial,District
and 5s Enmor has many tongues, and they I waa Of Heady Male! Clothing tttA4e'flp Minis -
devoutly to be'wit-hed." Gen. one hundred and ninety-nine [199]; and of those The' t ,- 4. '
Hopkins, the all to his order, and of the tfstmsterial. style
are being into 1CADYO
brought requisition, toshow'why'ibe I Robert J.Floyd received one hundred and sixteen JUtrant Tb stock &
of eon-
active: member from s:.John's and Putnam. ; election is not a legal one. (116 n]; and,-..&. G ,Scuunes received: eightythreeo '. Its cutting in part cannot qf BlacV Cloth MIE FTOBB CU%; Cpa.tadD* office Wax.' Pby.aMI.. *:. ; ;
[ rotes. 1 French
'will'next week introduce bill for and Drwi UoaUv $ud Tweed ; -
a this Bat,when Mf, F. hall present himself wrih The whole jinmbcr of v'otas giveo Tor the,office Coats aoa.tancy ignreq'Casjimcre kIredG1simeT6'PauU, "It : # ..$ $ Jils -'

purpose, the main feature of which will be, the evidences referred to, I do1 not think of ticnator fur theTcath Senatorial District was do do;\plain wU; black satin'( *
Tour hundred 482 and of these xz S. rt.s..svo i
and 'wxty-two [ ]; '
tictI
to authorize the Governor call 'Those-in want,f the ibcre $? JI2yxCSt the '
to out a certain even the very demon of Locofocoism can WjCiaia R.Taylor reocivod ,thre*',hoadred' and assured that the priees ,4l1juiewas at'any the ;' k'sIas ,' .
number of men- cue moonled tw* [3(3], and Zaaharialt Bailey received one that N..a.as4LOee1I iJ
say regiment I detcrmrned
have the bardibooJ-ld say that Dade county eit&blishutni in thft city'; ;u) am 1 The
hundred and ilxty [ISO] votes.1The no one shall undersoil mej )n an article of the same :
-whenever be may deem U necessary shall not be whole! 'number of retes gIven for the office and
represented the. General As- I j value.. f A .: ,V3/. i'. DEWEES, ; tC2 ? ,
for the of protecting the inhabitants Senator for the EIeeothbeuatorIaIDstrict.was -' Brick Store, Bay LI *
purpose :
this I pt2&4f -
nitlf doubt if '
year. < gfr'-
any representative five hundred and thirty-fonr(534]; and of t .-- IT. '-; : .
-
of the frostier; It trill1 jass almost from that county ever had better evidence these Wm. P. Moscley received two hundred and : .,,4. '-,',r, .-,', '-
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Unanimously;. eighty-six, [236] and John \Vcstcott received two t ,' -; -
or a teller right than this one now hundred and forty-eight [218] Totes. .

Yours tn baste, D. has. OneoJ the individuals who represent The whole number of.rotes given for the offlce- i general;apartment,x>f, A 4U.a. rS5w- *-' '- '
-___ _- of Senatof for the Twelfth Senatorial District was ,,' fkahiouable Trimiiuoi.i,.coiuiaUng of Fringe,, in the -4. t&bf- -
. THE FXJLXK: ROAD.Ti ed it Bererat times, diSso'rhile his,place of three hundred ami twelve, [312]; and of these Gimp, Ribbon,! Loop ConJ'and Fancy Cutloiwi.ji Ifeain. .' :: '
.
permanent abode, as everybody here knows Allen G. Johnson received one hundred and sev- i The Ladi s will,find this assortment,, to ba :the e'sr4 -
e following is an extract of a letter eaty-fuur[I74. ,and GnOford Regwter' rewired best. in the ciryl- Call aniP"J ; ; '
wasinlhisplaceft one hundred and thirty-eight[133] vote*.-. i 'AVJLP.1JEWEESKor.28,185MC lfcick Store BayiU. .
from and ., "
respected intelligent citizen of '
The whole number of'votes given for the office -' 4 -- .t eSwjr.- '
: Madison!. ouaty, ;toa gentleman in this 'is'pleasant; to"sw that-the people of of Senator of the Thirteenth'Senatorial District ."- ,.- ' 'I ':
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- Da val and Columbia couoUes ire determined > ' Tplaee, making inquiries "on toe abject of h-arft-a Robert Brown received three.hundred and sixty, Uaster'a'* 8acII.4bi: ( : ;

ihe .contemplated Plank; fcjaa. It was to plant Iroai from Jacksonville" ;toAlligator. [380].'aud Henry C. Wilson rec ircd* ;two: hundred A ;dc_r4a1orrtht'tJfatdiL .*,14.1-I'ft4'. .,,, r- '

before I .have long thought, that it and fifty-two (232)rotes, By Court of thu Unit$ States tot tb..North-- 50 -
r Iwritten the'movement made' here oajthe ;yThe whole number of votes gir to Tor the office District of FJorida ronibeI4th day of -4.'. '
: n4tde
could be made and that there em '
profiabe, ,was Senator for the-Fonrteenth Senatorial District, :. -. :
subject, .and opi "being placed ;in our June, 1819,the undewit ti,a Blaster in Chanctiryeateatpubfio "
capital and,enterprise enough,4bere, tq ]>erfect was. four hundred and;ninety five, f495jrad of 'of said Court, will Cer:r auction '-
-tands 'tfqr, ihe' of mblication its these Ozia Baddington reeeirod two Inndred and JloTEt
purpose; | It. The: faezLt nature the'f&Uities before the Court House, ijrilla the Town,.- f JaeksoaiV '
of eixty-three, [2t3] and John' Uroward reCalveU thai he
: contents did not on rug hasty perusal strike ; ;in the county of Dir oaTucsday ItheMst t
,
nil sorK.ind the ultimate benefits be two hundred and tbirty-t.wo [232] .rotes., 7 dayotJanuaryncxttkeIto3lowiOg' rcolrtata of more*
: fuslur;jpossessirg) any' general Interest.' It positively The whoWnmber-ot rotes given for,the'office"of ticurgo-Klagsley, !dcccssc7,4011*t 1l feet ,
calculated
- still bexBgln oar bands upon i in proportion,are nowherc'fflore Senator for the Sixteenth'&natorI&t District It 'U
t -' we -publish, porhla in?itipg' lor. work thin was one hundred and flfty4onr1134)sud of these "DkAYTO41St4ND1 IlielL dO'- ''- .', .. '
As:'i tifywgr'V'dencc of the Inter.s !puch' & George Stewart received eighty-six! (99.) and IL pjw b4 ; ,:ds' -- '
;n that'partoPlorida D. Vaughanf eceircd aixty-eigbt (63) rotes. Situated oa keGocta1uiiZ i seventeen 'bp' -
,ih '
'citizens
felt
st .by ca "route proposed Yous'&e." xThtf whole number of rotes gireB.lbrthii'oSw hundred'(1700) seaim4o t oriesa-lu&bte., for, -sis '

Jforlfhe road,in its accomplishment1: -' ." ', ft.' of Senator for the Nineteenth' Senatorial District its Bituation,the quality ;3U: oit od fonts or- tots 4.u -'- .
** '' was bao hundred and 'niaety-nine |IWJ,' and"of aDge,lemon,and eitronbvcs :;'JFoRa1srF4 in the : 4544 4S s-- : -', :, -, I
Uth :
, 'HjiDisov.C.fU, Sept4.i850.' At the municipal eleetfoa, heldrn- '$t Augine these John I*.Bald win-received bue hundred and SJYOZ$1fItuatel' tc -5. 45 '

'.,Jlfy, J> 'ski' >|, jshi&ald'J>e;; ''pleasU to fiftf-eight WSg,aod Texnrie"'J' '" '>ent"reccj" oa thrStJOIk*flivsbo'st sixteen ton.'tt> ::; .

,1 -know-and.1 know of no-one'more competent one41rote4t"' ,. '. .; 1't

z to afford me tne1 fonnat6n Iscektban ;.i.i clectefMaj z- .. ;In-our.lestimorir: oEeial,;signatures h rc fwcharb, this 'eighteenth"day rottoto set I dyed' .(600) acres, to( .' -.-. '

whatlbeprpbabiHlylsof 01 a Plank of OctobevAi D. 1830. -" 3tENtSTAXcthouasn4'IO9O n ii '-

', 41g054 being, .undertaken,.iwnneciing Ja'clt- WILD Cf.-Thjs bold and dailnglndtan1s1Ikelyio vDowNiNG: ; .- ><-'Lie -

'wtUg with iAIJigitQf 4jfaicOu en-; >eerwnha warm reception :on ..,, &cretary 4!! Z4tW'UAYW&&D. ) ceR,4F4ore ldwftb'wir- faculty : '4kt- '

1qtry'fpi; the porpafeeofilelenhiniDg upon hwaf.to4h -:ilitfGrande.3Tie.; United ,'Stall'Tretuurtr..' ; : : '

f Jhe propriety bringimf 4be abject*>f conr- States'Agent lor 8&miflOIeativertises' ;-. ,, 1.; iMorowL ,' ': -. of .. ,. ,

LC4'frW3'thisp1nth! to 'cbnnett i0; (
with the one proposed' from, jottf jplf&i toJw latniult! :, aJarge r 4;ortbiiceoertof *,**!!smiles"froia iniKler
: r.- .v
citizens of Aladisaa and .Hamilton count the ii *aynegroes; *uppo8ed jo i i wltfr ui crts' three buMr.4(5UG)*or *or s'IeMf'cIiC merit. fir LwA -
kv-:
Wiacarat4thatDaper.inndcrBtaads sbeutuue'bW1drokJ.sMIssnt7.e.aeIzanleu : ; ,. .
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so{Florida, ad LowaJ >that forttyatio"tOa4the.ciaca15 dwelfing upon ; ,- -
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CSownrn 3ST- -
wtern applieation bubeesinaalelo'Gen, Brooke BTA <> '
portion *f:3offlasttontie.bare
itoaa&iwilajie ,Th,'cdzgijof tbis ,. to permU Cant.JJcCatlough'rnewlyjraised N BjSm'Moo :l-fchar MIiB"- ni13. :c-"* .;. < above places grest.iniiueementa tbmrihasars1 b0 ; '

: *I&11 ret'4i 4rintage. ingettingth1jr comlny cttas1btngerta'S l- _it.go in;'pursuit. : -rL Tmor being on th.iuTs4st4obI's.wiLlrkrW heia and pleasantly mttuatejmediately $ -,-- i'r ; '

4 to an AtIs4c tirke sn1 'bcci7 itthI % lssidibi4ugrnnipjW tvapcaUruItaunt A.--

;1uileI 4 sib? of TuLLE bov.oediersous1ateredsdZr __ li4'ol*

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' pjectatcI! tateI n Vo1umbby its .n---: -i.-- # .__ ---.t, appear and plaad todseiaraUanh1cd4al On ,'' '. -Md'Arc; _

r ttWcwautrr of '..eonifrpa RBIDr? -n:1)O&MAN;Att'yfovPl''t earwwit4atcru44 iccr.d .boadofthfe..._ _ji'J> ? : ;!?

L Cbg'&Jatk! & ?Alligator teaorrspondot --I : :' ;
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L. "-, .. Ib.. btftl.Cio.iitr.E.%b 7 :jWjtt.attend the CircuitCourts the frbinthotfortbittf_ ".WebcW'h.Dde }

S. f/f. ,."' CO1XMBUSDftEW. 41gyt- Circuit i lu.U.ttfl.-- 8tal. .Diriri t':C, HAjStuaireceived: lAthe bniMin* Ibrmerfr occupied the public that they hare gmtty w I Ij

n Aii.i'te Supreme,. 1 ifi.T M th'Post Office, a neW and handsome as j stock,embracing beside a peat?irw ,a- -

I .. nrW pij\eu1tl. .. ..i. ., lad prosecute Claim furFlGd&Sfl5tth1OYfTflrnenI eUlscnt1 iu;'any ortment of;./and Staple DIY Goods which article generally, of the foBtwiaf i .'
,. :'lI.t I, he offen Ai! -W prices t Cube and;ftI1J8d- description!. Agneultaraldements ud -
: .' a\ ; invites the'citizens ofiaekonvW.an4: the of every variety1,ofe.
* d fully
1. .. ., ? tT 4 krrtt' :I lbe eptr' .either before.C ongrtn.or at iho,D Tkinlty ttf cafl and examine hit Goods. previous to Improved description; flr*1 buaed pkw '

(. > .' ;; ) .a 1lib44. :ftj-ADOBES*,-JackttMtille, East FI : purchasing elsewhere."Also descriptions ntaienlils Jot;tanners con* i11
t{ swmU Inserted aUhe following : CURE OF >3-4 and 44 Venetian Stair Carpeting from IStO was*"and Iron fuudersetbtaeiag rfgn asig
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May 2,1830 tf
; --'ly .,tbejr-liar att _
. .,' 29 centSv used iacladwg;. l Decsq e-a.
of twelve lines for .
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9. .
"!. ; tr per equart < Ite. atmanalact&mrl' **, .i.If
: -t- 4-4 Chamber and Parlour Ingrain do..from-13 to
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; :; .'. ." ." tkdt,and Serettty-FIve C nts for evtry sule- ,oavAnHART I XV vBimuy e 2i-2eents. Zwlrsc.- :.Roller;.I1Id,eoamoar-'- l

I ''fiuttI.. To 7earlAd'fMiuer8 a liberal 44SuperRidO.I4renLt. .- jiek| screws,store.and cotton &f'ICb.'w"
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r- '. d.s.utiflImde. AH.transient. Advertlsef : Aolthlw:4zD:; COUKSKLLOR ITjILmxa ; So%% fflFTillCON''U %; Men's heavy Kip Boots and Brogaruw rows,road scraperi. bydraoJie rsn*,I..
,r : : been oUljed to abanaou '' &. ; "& tent-'chains to'fflfnHsit-',tnflr drawiar.- "
j ,hls 1/ Women's,Girl and Boys, Bootees. ", -.,
.,: :'. 1 eEe1Lby persons Wipg*running account of :leaving'Jlwidaijwm Tot;] j! 3S gv. 'Men's Black Si 'Ilats, from $2 to 3, ETcorKJA and French burr miBiton ;oakNings J
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iauit) ld Co, i ti".i1 Uw !' Mens and ; 'ud'n".tf1f'lJu. T *
< ." .1'. Boys glased jCapt,
: : tm t. r pmtice of hU prtifesalon throughout the Lt f- .aad
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muIl1Di11t :
.. of" V. i > i. Filk sndCingliamlinibrelias. corn .
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... .:.:' Circuit ofThr4a.'- .Business : NQT \ .Carpet Bags. bolting cloth, pitks reeds, sh. s

:. ,: ,. .; f rt1lst&a.\ a'BOT/UiIr remit !.will rewire his pttttflpt attention. v :I.< : '' : Ladies elegant New Style .White and colored .finding' for cotton and woouea ,. _' \

: : .s : ,, frtutnr(,"o\n.1iDei.by the foHo ubI1beazmontb.wing rat e.j :JackjonTffle,.E.'F.,:July 23tb; l50,:. : : H--: I Winter Sun Bonnets Hoods.,Ladies Also colored- Straw Bonnets."and agency Mitt for,MAcrnximTV rarioos:atd:TOOL exUnsiro*, ftc mana&etoriu..--Harav iaW

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' : is Jlediefme has equired a very exttnded Canton Crape and Cashmere Scarf*,',Shawls, we shall be prepared at all time to furnish every
II : '4fotto.' I ,., : -S1OOO: L '
:" "P ,III /1 .-- specie of maebtnerr oa the'shortsst aotte
PHILIP, FRAZER and established reputation-whenever Ribbons, Inserting, and Edging together with an .v
.
i : ", "M ftIT tt Itfmthl-rt. :.. 15 00 it has been*used, based entirely on Its wn"m rits- assortment of Hosiery, Gloves Gingham. Chint- The h.'| -444 WMKX paid at jtH time for

; ., : ., f.f i ..4kt1oriE4credLti ,-' 10 00jlppliratiM ATTORNEY" COUNSELLOR.AT which Us superior efflcacnas alone sustained, Tk tftflbjtUh see, Mousline Do. Lftine Cashmeres'.Shirtlng, "001 1t.k1b1 : &; :- tr"t' /!
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;: m. f.r letlersoCadmlnistration, 5 00 JAtt8D 'JLLt1r1 U victim of hereditary'disease, with swollen glands, contracted Sheeting,Oannburgi, and Tweed Cassimeres: also, State, npsw. '. iidj: ( ,- &# 't.i6Q.' ..

''. ,I Will attend to business sinews, and bones half carious, has been restored to beitta a variety of Smalhrare White and Colored Shirts. S.J J- rio"rl :) "
"any
professional
For .DtemtDtofeudtdaiearor office, 5 00 10'h nnD'tho and rigor. .The scrofulous patient,'covered with ulcers,loathsome to himself Black and Colored Silk Cravats, to...&.. sflt ,t.fJJM4. .,{
; No aanouneemcnt be made unless tLeum. ed urtsoftheEut .Jackson vino, Nov.23th 1830. tfIn ':
AM his
: 1 attendants,tas been made whole.' hundreds of persona,-whohad groaned Rzn" : 'F l'f
:f-:: \t aecempttnietl with the afflouut charged. and the Supremo Court at Tallahassee, : I hopelessly for years under cutaneous and glandular disorders, chronic rheumatism, win.1rJi.iI" ,' '''.. z "

:r EstapMthGtIcel( .for private .benefit ,will be also such 'an sdantageousconnectioh and many ether complaints.springing from a derugetnent-of tie secretive organs Eastern .Ci cui' Court of; Fl riifaJ.Dn.r ,.- .

G bf re !adTert linJ. able Lawyer at Washington o' city, ; I :ami the;circuIaUoji* have been raised as it were from the rack of disease, and now, .C tmty., Ar: .o*. : ., .'.".'_.H t. ,

; c 1 'and notices trill prompt" and speedy collection'.,r such' : with rexeoentcd constitutions, .gladly testify-to the '.tcacy of this* inestimabl George-- 'Enrt, pltff.:, : y -

,3 j -fj 1bgioiiitOtdur7! "*Marriage : preparation. The testimony of those who have beea cured by-its use,with task : .- .. T ontheflrdMondnaty :..

. \ *W published gratia!. r may bo placed In hIs hand, against t' ,residences, has been published from tone to time; and were desirable, a BUSS- Eliiiha HanT and Elisabeth,} charge of A.it. Kftta&, ,.?. Ja .

. _; .itmuktt1cu'aut be post paid.Ji States; '. : ; of the most orerwheuninf testimony could be brought forward,provtaf awrt conclusively Hall, his wife defdts. and his accomplished lady,ia 1 mm-imaq era*

<"J 1'--. *ss 1.11. -3_" *'" '" '" ::' : ." .scfl1iifr.: ; -- ::1 iu laeiUm bleifalue. The.aflUctedV and these who bare not used this Petition for the foreclosure of morig ge' on West mental department, with assistants of IIn ul < ''

iT- ---- :j medicine,are invited to make a trial of. its virtues,and appropriate to themselves the Ilalf.of lot number tI\'e.ln number fleations. The'Institution iimi.. dirldecf law
ten
Square
';. i .t_. t-t .L benefits which it alone can bestow. *situated in the town of Jacksonville four classes.fonrtb,third Junior,aad senior A
county
I t' "iLMcttobert Baker, JT. )'.. 8ARDBnSOr, -- and State 4Ore aid.' preparatory department will be attached 0 t. -
h school. and. eonducted nn -
ATTORNEY CANCEROUS ULC CURED: OF SEVEN YEARS' 8TANDIN6. .
AT LAW AND COUNSELLOR --- ---
: 1.Tto1i.iEy' COUNSELLOR It ap earioff to the Court, the affidavit of. J. principal. The school has bee "
: This cure was effected ba"'lat,184fkere hare beea no symptoms of a rstnrm, furnished with a
1 eb jA 'WItt.j the Courts.of the Eastern .to, Jacksonville, Duyal 'I : !<*-,- .. -, atw" '.r*., T
; respectfully informs bis 'friends that he I ::1 Messrs.IbwDaeaUeme&r consider it but aa set of justice to you to state the Hall is not to be found within Jurisdiction of map.k, oa a large lICaIe.lo' .eu ad na4
t?. 4 .P'.; Tjlrwlt, la Hamiltoa county of the Middle Cir.It -. : following facts In reference to the great benefit I have received ta the. 'euro of aa obstinate this Court, but is supposed to reside- the State distinctly from any rrt of t b i rooau' A nod H.
tinue the '
of his :1 '
b counties of the practice profession : ; I : Ciuiciioos ULCU on my breast. : of Texas.' ,- > henry of choice books also
: 4 v&, in Benton ancl'lIillab ro Hi, will. attend rat each And. 3 : I was attended eighteen months by a regular and skilful physician,misted by the 1t\s\ .tln-rj..OrJtrtd. 'thlt the said Eltsha .for the the belongs to tao"school
every ne of .
' : L '- :11 Southern Circuit, la the.Supreme Court, at Tall il advice and counsel of one of our most able and experienced surgeons,without the Hall do and answer the said petition wilh- pupils. -
the Circuits-Court in the several'' least benefit whatever. All the various methods of treating cancer were resorted to\ appear The scholastic year will be dirijej iota fir*M.
: : t. l hassee, and JII..he United atestrourt the Eastern Judicial Circuit the i.,! for five weks ia 'succession my breast was burned with caustic three times a-dsjr. in the time prescribed by law t.judgment. will be alone of twenty weeks each;there will bo at least
4L. V *kr vNorthern District,ofTlonda;.and'vwfflrosocuWvUioiS ,- :I ,and for six n war daily syringed with weak solution of nitric add and the cavity orInternalulcer given against him in default thereof.It .ne publio examination each session and a '
before Hamilton in'the 'Middle:Circuit, the j! :, was so large that it held over an ounce of the solution.. ,The doctor further ordered.that the above notice be I report'will be sent to each qaarterly -
; against the United Stales. it probed the ulcer and examined the and said the disease in [ in the parent orgur.
bone was advancing rapidly published some newspaper, published dian
4 Court and full
at giving fair
Tallahassee the U. S. a and statement of
. t 1 t and Departments Washington.. !' to the lungs, and if I did not get speedy relief by medicine or aa operation Lie result town Jacksonville, .la said county once every 1 the staading '
1 j ogress ...willetJtlre Augustine.- business entrusted to I J :would be fatal.' I was advised to have the breast laid open and the bones examined; two weeks for four months.. deportrnenisnd expends of the pupiL
z ; :Jeiag 1:4eI.&L: JaeksonriDe far life, ho will II bat finding no relief from what had been done,and feeling I was rapidly getzlngworu, ,. THOS.DO.lGLAS11de.' &c. to. RATKS or Tcrno .-PrfMrttory'eTass rier'ieasion '
receive .
.nd'unremitting attention to bistan'l prompt attention..Address ,I almost despaired of recovery. and considered my case nearly hopeless.Seeing ,
]
f
$3 fourth third
hi. ; and classes 15 iaaW
:t ye I 'I .Nor.20,1850.
; -J. P. .SA DEIlSO;, :l various testimonials and certificates of cure by the use of Bu.. SABUFABILLA -
. .fsas1oi, \l.TlbnsinoM entrusted to his care Duval County Honda. Iii' f a I in eases similar to my own, I concluded to try a few bottles, several of which J. Melt.BAuEof Fltffii..Atty. udleDiur classes 2); marie piaa fort.20; gaj.
i I I I were used,but, from the character of disease tar,15;ornamental branches, 10 vocal mask.
with prompt'attention.U \ long deep-seated my ,produced BO very I, IsadoreV.'Garnie, Clerk of said Court, do. ; 2t
. (I. : hall meet Jacksonville, Jan. 17. 18j ::1 decided change. :Considering this as the only probable cure for my case,I persevered hereby certify that- the above is true of library and incidental exen.eee. ,per quarter,I.,'
t .f August 29,1330. If. I I :,1 until the disease was entirely cured. It is now over eleven months since the cure a eopr No pupil receired a less time than one sec
; the order Publication In
the above entitled
::1, was completed; there is not the slightest appearance of a return.I /Uurtftrt wime case, sioa,'and BO deduction made unless for
1S .. FASHIONABLE T :: _* myttlf WELL,and the cure entirely tfftctU tf SAHBS' SASSAFAXILLA, mt I'Hi onfl1oin.myolce.- . ". protraetsjsickness. .
.' ., A Card.S .' ::1 .5.MAw mtitciM.J.,ftiwl l'LAs gi*. /..Muff,it, Mr m. I Uktn say limet. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court From '
; : : .? .: :! Please excuse ibis long-deferred acknowledgment which I think it my duty to I IL. s.] thin Nor 21rt.-1850. their experience and f fnccesa thty
i. JTWW5 >U,, thX5tot .I have transferred The Snhscrlber would re :' 'make. Your valuable Sarsaparilla cured me,With the blsssing of Divine Providence p : .ILV.GARNIE Clerk c. C.' D.C. feel eonfiden OrcnderiDrIlUatfsfadioa.Tlwhr:
: ,; j.t.l11'Ofu..ine to J.1tlcRoBEaTBAua. citizens Jacksonville and :1 when nothing else could( and I feel myself under lasting obligations to you. I can. p p.I oY:28 IB5O-4m. facilities, fur;r imparting instruction ,am. rarely .
.: that be has taken the rooms formerly :::1 'say many things I cannot write and I do most respectfully invite ladies afflicted as I p .- .< equalled. The advantages of the location need
jj.. .. &K&Jtttiniey Hi Iw, JadsonvilleE.F.,1n: by Col. Sanderson as a law office;. ;1'I1&"e been to call upon me, aI I will satisfy them,.fully of the truth.as stated above, aot be mentioned. Accra to the place an qnaU<4; .

Il., .111C1iU-ariuibnjatters, as were entrusted to my tends carrying on the.above bu siuclI. :I[ many other. things- ia reference" to the NANCY ease. J./ MILLER' ;Sl> $funivaa-street.. ,Columbia County.Tax Collector's Sale and health undoubted., Board can b# bad la Oo

.., t-."1 gejJainci4Peden,2 ;wicbanfatersted he will endeavor Jo merit:a* share of, ii ,'- .. ,BY VIRTUE of authority Jfl tne by law rest best families on reasonable terms For 8Y_\

.. take uolice.t patronage. lie will keep constantly, :a; 'LIVER COMPLAINT. ed, will'expose for sale, in front of the Courthouse matioa wanted, address the priasinal.. ,Atlanta,.

: : will please for diligence choice Bssortmnt of fine French, d II The following is extract. from 4 letter received from ne,.William Galnsha s-' I door. in the town of.ADigator- the Ga... : odU3a-, .

Mr. Baker's business reputation C*siime res, Vesting, Trimmings, & I :,' .- : BtrkMri, Tt, Oct.SS, 18U., first JMbnday in June, A. D. 18,.l7 acres of -
. .a it i. iumcl nt.1)'well,establisned to will be. made to order on the most I :il: Messrs. BAUDS::I hare been afflicted' with a severe pain in my side occasioned land owned by Smith & Webster, or- so much Parstl' C.ttntfr Tax Colt<... aUI .. '

: ; ;t to all,matte* in his handsl .- term JOHN !!I by a di'ease4l1yer, for the last twenty years; suffering at time.what language canp p thereof as.will pay the State and county tax: due BY VlllfUE of, authority ia me rested b/
IIN p.o.ptDeu of Jacksonville, Oct. 3d, lGO.NEWRETORATIVE. I I ij J ::11; not convey;.but since taking your Sarsaparilla I have been greatly relieved so much thereon for l&XJ, and all necessary. expense attending law, Will expose for sale, in front of the Court-,
:This transfer is.. enfficient manifestation mycwfidtwtfaBiP 1\1 i, so that have been able to attend to my business,and preach occasionally for the said levy and sale.- '. ,' house door in the town of Jacksonville the
: last fifteen months. I wholly discarded all other medicine and thoroughly tried the I I ,ea
,
and Integrity.
fc'ionalability II .Boundaries described on the day of sale.
: wif'" i'l:! Sarsaparllla. which I can recommend in truth and sincerity to all those who are ia I II .A.LV.WRIGIfl' first Monday of May,A.D.1351tho: following tract;
; ,CHABLES COOPED BOWLING ALLEY BILLIARD I :aanr way afflicted with any species scrofulous.complaints. There have been some I of land or so much thereof as will pay the sum
.: .' : .': ::1 remarkable cures effected by its use in this vicinity. Mrs. L Shaw,by the use of six I II Sheriff ami ex of. Tax AtXseor of eighty-two dollars and ninety-tmo''ci'Bla,

u:.. ?,') O. .AUorneyaIZdW. & I I' iI:\ bottles was restored to better health than she nad before enjoyed for tea years; and I and Colteetor Columbia' co.Arnov. [$32 31,] the same being the amount*f the State
4 .. i ; .Mrs. W.Sterent.had been severely afflicted with Erysipelas was entirelyeur.d I I5th l .-21tds, tax' a3csed against the estate *f Daneaa L.
.. 'IHIIE
jo SUBSCRIBER 1135j13t j'l h
by the use of a few
j bottlrourUrul7, WHo GALU8ILA. I
I .
: : ; ..' JL STREET 'North side ore door Clinch, deceased,levIed on said land for the year-
****: I -
'lj, KcROBERT BA1.E2t I'j III' 1' '.- ,Columbia Tax Collector't Sale. 189) and alto to the sum of sixteen dollars'
, f ncr of Liberty street, a UKSTOC.ATIVK, i i" CURE OF A SCROFULOUS$ AFFECTION OF THE EYES County pay
Florida. and t n-eiht cent. &*. the amount ef tao
**fiAttorney at.Lav,Jaciaontul E.' ALLEY, and BILLIAHO SALOO.X. The :; ., 1Jnl11Cia,"' Li, Octskv U. IN'. UY VIRTUE of a1 authority me by law vert"e [$16 ]
:. .. ",.-* NOTARY PUBLIC ment has been fitted up entirely new, 11'1:,d Messrs. SARDS:-Gentlemen-My little daughter when one year old,was attacked l, I will expose for sale, in front of the Courthouse eqnnty Ux aH OB said. land for the sam.yearlepitherwith ;
p "h"_'_ for the reception of visitors at the usual I with a scrofulous humor her face,which loon after extended into her eyes causing door in the town of Alligator, oa the first neee rr'uplJU18 attending mid
.' : .Bu&n ,.pPofn( ',bjhe Gorerners of THE BAR t ::1'I almost total blindness in one of them and disfiguring her whole face. I employed Monday in March, 1\. D. 1851, 40 acres of land levy and sale i said traeto, ( land being shststei
; Affida- two physicians to attend her who exhausted their utmost skill to give her relit,but in said county of DnraL on the-west beak of tke.
i ht1l-f1 :6'\atea to: take Testimony, Has been supplied with the choicest ; :\ it all proved useless and finally one of them remarked to me that he had knows of, owned by Joel Pope, or so much thereof u will
f rnt f ; .1a1oIkJgnentto be used therein beverages to suit every palate will be :. ,some striking cures effected by SAXOS' Sarsapanlla.aNd advised me to try it. I obtained pay the &tate and> county tax due for,1350;and tea thousand and fifty [10,)50}acre*,and bounded
,1, : ".#i.U.ao 'Vir ini with despatch. Tho delicacies. of the ::1 one bottle which'she commenced using, anoTbefore it was all used up it had necessary expenses attending said levy and sale. as follows: On the cast by the St.Joba'a rinr,
f : *. 'Maine, ? be at all times supplied. ::I effected an entire cure it is now over four years since she was cured aDd there has. Boundaries as follow;to wit: T.2,K. 14,S. & : v
south lands tb.sam. estate west
Vtmtmt NurthCaro1ini, i 11 been no reappearance of the disease and we are satisfied that it is a perfect cure. Otherparticularunadc known on the day of sale. by belonging to ,
The Billiard Table
3.t uEst. South : : It gives me great pleasure to add that I can recommend.it to every sufferer from nay A. J. T. WRIGHT by public lands, and aorta by lands belonging to
-; '. : .'t" 1asachnsett .Caroll a Has'been imported expressly for the t i similar.complaint. Respectfully yours, GEORGE ROBINSON.ratr Sheriff 0 and ex of. Tax Assessor and Palmer fc.Ferris,the same being aa old graat.URIAH .
\ .. Georgia, of the beautiful construction 1I' : BbWDEiN :
s. 9M .* > ne !-% is most Collector Columbia, co. ,
.: .. .:7'..>New .ork| Alabama, India rubber cushions. : I :D AND SOLD,WBOUSALC AND MTAJX,IT' Alligator" ;- ov..l i80-2l-tds Tax Collector and As. orDural eeaaty. '

jj : ***f** rVnrwyJran'uL' Misssissij'pi,. The Botrllng Plus and t I A., B. & D. SANDS, Ducaoisrs AND 'Cnxuisn; ., Jacksonville.. 1850. 31-td '

: | {. :i $ff *|. PeUware' Texas. :.ArejJso Just from the workman,'and _100 FBLTOS-ST.;co HXt or WILLIAM,Nsw Yeax. .* .Columbia county Tax Cotttdof Sal .: '
1 Laval
Tar in'i&z1 .
,. IJ ,f1)Wil tl eag 1.-11 nience for the entertainment and Sold also by Druggists generally throughout the United States and Caaadas. BY',ViniTE of authority in me by law rested County .
.
' 4 <, ..' has been provided.I ; Price '] per Bottle; six Bottles for$i.TutmtiiiifffilMUlHl'ti :, I will expose for sale, in front of. the Courthouse :BT VIRTTE of authority .'vest** ijrI

., .l cordurtfrjr invite the public to call door in'the town of Alligator,on the first w.1 will expose for.sale.in front of.tW Cescl-

!r ? .11 At able land For Sale. I tablishment, assuring them that I 'j'i t __ Monday in'March,A.1351,440 acres of land house door in the lewd Jaeksoarill-;on lbs

If. ''; :t & S Agent for the'owners, the undersigned of- effort to contribute to their recreation. ; ( ,,,_ owned by Joseph B..Watts, or so much thereof first Monday IB May,A.'D. 1851, thefoOw
: GEORGE V. named tract of bind,or,so much thereof.will
of said
Joseph
.|'I .ILh. fen tor fade the following valuable tracts will pay the State and county tax due by
: : I Jacksonville January, 1S30. > the State and County Lax assessed agaiaa
-tri\i 4\ J.iFORMAN.: B. Watts ,ia said county for the fiscal year pay
sale
For
26 1950. 3m by : : .
; .' enjamin'-lboinpsoo' anddue tk neji foe'
?
; ti Tin Low..Tract situated at the head of Indian 18oO and necessary expenses attending said levy
u
M, k river containing t lye hundred acres more or less I and sale.' Boundaries described oa the day of sale. year A. D. 1850,together.with',a3 necessary

1 t S' The, PaUo Tract situated on Pablo.Creek T. VAXCE'S A,P CASh ST O'R.E. cure of AXT and J ut*of the above-disordersif ., .A.1. T. WRIGHT, pauses attending said levy and ale- Said.tract"of
.
to the directions. Don'tsaylhat land U situated is mid of LVral Mta*
J._ '\<>- 4 tbe mouth of the S\-Job'uinri supposed SEA ISLAND ROLLER persevered according Sheriff and ex of.Tax Assessor and county
'*' V' loa near two hundred acres-- including you bare tried ':Sarsaparillas and _bare ._ .Collector Columbia co... east bank of tao-St.John river,eeotsaaiactwea-;
contaia
tk over
0 -.. -_ < *. to hammock Iaod.; J. II. 1\IcRorr.Jr., not been bcnefitted,'so you woo t try. ;. Alligator, Nor. 15, 1S50-21-tds ty-one .acres, and bounded a> follower OatW
fin ,
n. mme Subscriber begs leave to west' the St. John'a:river oath* aorta:* ;
' S of woo-lind In the'ficinit1 TIle this method to'Inform bis friends.and DR JV'ILCOX'S. by ?
: il ..iif Also ssmfltract T ---7- of Sea Island Cotton .NlWau Tax Cotltctoft ii/! laud belonging. to A..?..Read.and on tI&IL.ail
4 .. .- 4of the town of JacksoariTe containing thirty lic,that he can supply them with bu public generally that he has commenced For there has been many of the name got upon .County. : Moses laata
lands tao
in Jacksonville past Florida and soli the reputation of this article, and we tell .you Y virtue of authority me by law rested by belonging to Cnrryyoa

r.-;:*' ,:'! St Ab a tract containing one huadred acres good single SEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON -having recently visited- New York, confidently. that the :: .,. B i will expose for sale in front of the Court- saiL by lands belonging to the heirs, 'of Egbert BJBinti', .
: l'ablo creek near the mouth of Baltimore, and Savannah. in Nassau the fourth Jf )
..3. .: jOMting land on No doubt is entertained' i' 8ARSAPARILLA ROOT.is house door county oa on- URI II "OO\VDEN''
. .-- :.tkLJnhn'ariTcr. longer s complete arrangements bavebeen though excellent in its qualities, one' of-the day in January.1S51, 400 acres of land owned by. .
;i1 4L The above tracts or land win be sold at reasoaA Gins in use, and the Subscriber the successful pro ecutioll of all indo most Inferior ingredients of this,may we not truly Seymour Picket or so much thereof aa win pay Tax'Assessor and Collector, Dural coaaty.
from the satisfaction be has
: 5a able prica and 011 good terml. Aililress general in which our: Southern. Planter are say Wondtr-l Verking.Compound I $9 90 taxes due thereon from 1S45, and all ncccs Jacksonville, Oct., 26..ISO. SI-UU, _
last be will receive their
. : J. McllOllERT BAKER. seven years, Goods of every description will. be are'. thc'letter said sale. Eoandaries
: Now friends, these assertions true;to sari expenses .attending ,
: : Attorney at Law, Jacksoarille, Fla. terial Prices and low, and the Gins made of at.short notice. and supplied,.at very ; but we say them not to injure any one, but described ba day at sato. DmJ tln1i s. irif'Sa .
workmanship. ... .
.: j ". :.- [Xetr wpy. ...>f.l. BOXES AND Bn.fSHKSvfur of erery; kind will- bo received- "on- because we bare a right to:;the benefit of truth, A.-i. BRADDOCL' flYvIflTVE'ofsutlionityvcstedid- j me\f

.:: : -- sale cheap, and. Gins repaired at I I .upon which liberal advance will will and give it is you also names true that residences if yon will call of people on us,who we ._,oct 24-tds .Sheriff and ex oft Tax Collector law, shall expose for sale' in front .of the CoarV/
made for Shipping Tim- house door,in the town of Jacksonville oa tao
rates. .
? AQKJfCY Arrangements hare been cured of diseases which baa astonished "
; :. ; ;" .iVILLELOSOA qnallt1.. Nassau County Tax Collector1 Sale. first Monday" December next, between-*

;::4 : FOR CLAIMS AT WASHINGTON & Acoj*, \ A' .. & STATIONERY of ereiy not only of themselves of but best their physicians,who and also BY'virtue of authority in me,by.law rested, hours of 12 and 2 o'clock; 100 bead of stock;eaHtk
'
names some our, physicians, are
.. ., ".. ..FM.-' .... -* : MUMFOED & HARBI, ", ,- will be kept on band or supplied on'short. using recommending and selling large :quantities ,1 will expose for safe,in front of thei Courthouse flvepairooxsns&ouetimbevcart.1"ropcrty .:
'.I"' door in ;Nawau the fourth'Monday execution ia'
.r N. A. IIAKDEC. Savannah; Be county, on leried upon to satisfy an
Wilcox's
c. KEn.u Gni with Book Publishers 1 of Dr. Compound. very careful 'in..January, 1851.25 acre* 'of land of .B/Watts Wou Had
? WIfd.I.1 B. F. Surrn, Charleston, 8. C. arrangements I to get that':with the name of"J: M,< Wrticox' favor Joseph against *. ,
"
:. "WILURC'J rERASTLrAHtA AVIXtTC It. R. HEED tt Co.. Palatka: E. F. that country dealers can be supplied the outside label J : be injured owned by the heirs of Keebk. or so,mueh thereof dock. ..,Watts '. lladdodu
: .. .; MOTXL:, S. B. THOMPSON Co. Black ooL BOOKS on better terms than ,they. rather on than benefittcd.If .,or .you.' may. as will pay $6 IS- taxes due thereon from 145 .Property pointed' out by defeodaat; ,

:Continues to gin his prompt attention to the arraagement T. O: HOLMES Co., Jacksonville, their orders filled in New-York.. I wish to know who this Dr. Wilcox is and all necessary expenses attending said. sale. TJQIIN' G." MJTH, Sb.rifD. C.
'
? :; : and prosecution of claims before Con. ATTEUSOX & KINO Burnt Fort, ( be my aim to satisfy all who may favor'hare you the privilege referring to the first men, we ofIthe"communitr.l ,Boundaries 1.described on the day of sale. "* 1T.N'McC91U11CK -
: Darien Ga. t' both A'"J. BRADDOCK OeL 3J-&d.1 bsriLNatniz&
',. A. A. DF.LOKMK ; eli patronage, as regards price, > ; '. ; .Dep.
., .tigteu or any.t:a.u:Executive Departments.- Jso. S. l'YJu& Co.. Beaufort, S. ,; ''j rinCiPalOftice, ,oct 24-tds .Sheriff and ex off.Tax Collector.. .
,
. r1 t.ctaim' arising from the Revolutionary, Florida, GCOCOE L. BBOWS, Ncwnansville' : AGE.NCIES. Y,'NEW,YORK,- -. : lUni7 Coflecfoz'jaZ k1:
W. DELL' agencies" several IwportantPATENT; And corner Green and Beaver ets. Albany and Nassau Tax j. : # :J or Jlexiean wan J Invalid,Revolutionary, half.Th4 } County Sae.\_ i "
'sold Druggists and Country Merchants Y rirtne of nthority in bylaw mtinl
by me ,
WATE. ,
:Nava'for ,A. jf, Ocala, E. F. *E have beea'obtained,,among.,which is ,J virtue of authority in me by law rested, I B
'r" JVfu Widows'. PIa4OnI. ; Army; J. W. PJCABSOJI Qrange Springs over, the country' BY safe will expose for sale;ia fiont of the Coejrtt
M1' will for in front of the Courthoas -
"i4i :: "' Joutiand or ,Jcrip,, *nder law of Feb., .11, '. A:DUSBAB. &"Co.,."'King's. Ferry. l'8 .':ICATJTION TO .THE PUBLIC!, ? door expose riassui county, on the fourth Jfon- day house January door in Nassau,1851,',county 200 acre on of the land fbmrta owned Mer k?

: '. .:i a.1&C.r3tspit1D.J248; Arrearages of Pay and Hill. i H H.CANIHIAN 'Don't be deceived by. a certificate attached to day ia Jannary,185l;3000 acres of land owned by Sarah Petty, or so much thereof a.win pay 9438
ThOMAS
each bottle of Townsend'fl which certifies that the heirs of John T.Low much
thereof
'.f: -*'*Mfte d..nt.mln"etaatterlJ a.for ,or so will taxes due thereon from 1315, and all/neoessary
*** ;ExjpTnscs St: Mry, Ca.. Ma100. .. H each bottle is compounded 'and made under thesupervision pay 915 79 taxes due thereon for I860,aDd all neccsgaryexpeijsesattendiDR *said eate.- Boundarkadescribed -
"i f : Tl rtei tbsFaaj'otber;Property destroyed; M '. expenses attending
.
; ', .. of James R. Chilton Chemist, who : said sale. .Boundaries "
; '. I ( l-l"II -' >Jt W on the day of sale' :'
\ -
.- 9 taetirrW. 'f yolMt .eri'I>efore,1 being. :mnsU ill11 trator' ,'N o has been hired for that purpose. Now :Jet us.see described on the day of sale.," .J.iBRADDXXK.: *. .
.f. I I'. how it looks when this Chilton resides 120 ,
terod'.aad miles
?
'' reealrtA intoserviceWaggonmasTramsUrs .. A. J; BllADDOCK'
,10 f; weeks after date I. shall apply from the manufactory.:..This think oct 21idaYvfrtncof.snthorltyIa Sheriff, and. ,ex., .:Tax.,CoQeetor.B .
t we a 'great 24-tds. .
', bh } claims Marines', sailors', SIX :oct Sheriff.and, ex oflVTax CoQeetor.r :- .
;=; ,f 't:' ,. of Probate of Nassau imposition on. the public,,and calculated to deceive ;

! !, k: ,,7'". ; ke.&a. z _, ten administration on the estate AcIA1N. the unwary but judge ye for yourselves. .. Nassau County Tax Collector Sale. Nassan County! ,Tax CMedor'iSate.z* 1. i
... for deceased., JACOB ALSO for several Kinds of '
'. ( ; Jlavlijc in1 the formi'Becessary a proper ger ; Vegetable Pills? 'rtY .
!1t ,u -: oretherwltJabe. rules I Nassaueonnty, Oct.: 81-Ct Y HWORMS. including, Rer. Dr. Hibbard.'s well known antlIBilioua : .virtue' hoihority t IJD bj.lav rested,'I mebylwwsted4
Fcnt&Uo.ofla1au
;:h-: t /y,. willexpoeeforal.Luotth.Conrt.: -
.. Pills, and Wild Cherrr BUters.Orders .will expose for sale*in front if>the Court .
: : aad regulations governing the different Depart- 'Noticei. 'from any part of the Country.will receive :prompt house door Nassau county, oa the fourth Monday bouse door;in JVassau county on the fourth!"
l 4
\.t i .' taents, be is prepared undertake ,all claims, of the best WORM MEDICINE In use; attention.. T. .. : la January, 1851.100aoret of land Owned by dar in-April, 1831.220 acres of land'owned by|fc*
& Ilpeuons Indebted to the remedyand can always be depend- I. Marauder mnck thereof will lien of Francis P., Sanchez or so much thereofas
SO
: what kind soever, that.may require the services I. ire !Address'H.-McRORY ,o : ; as pay ,'
beth M. Deme,-dect&ed, ,are d.is.pethctiyrafqln Its operation. $2 46 taxes due thereon ftom-1845, and all necessary Trill pay $5 48 taxes due: thereoa from 1SO
: .' t>t aa Agency at this place. make immediate payment to the ;- .' 'Jacfsonrille/E. P.-. expenses aUe I said ealo., Boundaries and all necessary expenses_attending said ..sah.Boundaries .

f: Particular attention given to the proper. utilee. all persons having demands:'against, Y'S ARABIAN-- -ALIO'HEAVE REMEDY, .Oct12th1830.6m.- ,f. dc.cribedouthedyofea1a., described. on daT elm]..-

. e.' Mat c/C uartenaasters'aeeoants.iL are requested to present them of great merit and which no one who T: *'AJBRADDOCK .- : : A.J.BBADDOC< ..
within Uie time prescribed by law. Horse should be u\. .. oct 21-tds "Sheriff and ofiVTax Colleet net -ids.'Sb. and ex.off.Tx CoQeetor.
; Charges taodtraU,and; regulated the amount HENRY HOLLAND, ; .wit ._ ,_ ex. r. ,.,-- : -
Farm .
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( claimed lad tbe extent of.services required.. Fept.l9tb., hrlstle's Galvanic Belt, Bracelets, :! for Sale.I .- -.
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p iikI'
,. All 4.aA1cat.0u! to Insure Insertion, must '. and Magnetic Fluid.' WILL dispose'of,at private saletaiy .;N Tax Collector3*:Sale.. .IE"JacbjsoaTille :;Hotel.
I I-
fee O'! d o4-tf' I Administrator's- Removal anif,Permanent cuit-oi} all b'i:; ; ;: farm on the St. John's rirer rirtue authority fat m& by law vested 1 'rlE'&b m. the purebalse
tL .r, ct.-I.:. : SIX months after dat I slialEpr : "*.'? Ntr ; Diseases, ;at .the month Jnlington creek, BY.will expose for sale in'front of tie Courthouse : Proprietor of this- wen kaowm

: : : and Touchers. the of tbose'Complaints which are caused'by .. ,. sixteen/ miles/above JacksoariIle.: door,;la Nasssa county on the fourth Monday Horn respectfully informs the puiBo gaauiOy
,IrVe BRYANT .. Probrte for Dnval county for final lre ,weakened unhealthy condition.'of: The situation known to be tbe most beautifulon in-Januarr.I8.'II, 400 acres of land owned by that he has added to th*former house tw Uy-o41
as Administrator of the estate of' the river,and is remarkable for its h healthiness the heirs of Mills Drury, or" so,much, thereof as more comfortable rooms with over flro kaudred

ATTOZz? .COUKHLLOI-AT-LAW, ton,, deceased.. .. ." 'KERVOUS S not.a'case" .'of fever having'.occurred" there foryears. .will pay$9 91.taxes duo thereon from 1845 and feet front,with piaxxMia front and rear making,

T ', .THOMAS'W.. beautiful and convenient application the The dwelling ia spacious and comfortable, all necessary expenses attending said sale., Boundaries it aa'oomfortabl .as.anyllotsl.ist Soata
Courts
to
- Will aUcni Professional bua1nnunbe sept. 2f., :" powers GALVANISM and MAG- and calculated for the:accommodation of a large described. oa day of sale. which sow-win enable him to accommodate. over

: &,if c.he:# ctof Florida: and la the Fed-. : ,has ben pronounced distinguished family. The land .Is of good 'quality/and well A. .I.BRADDOCK< one hundred and fifty MBoat. \tllia labia 1flba-

) -r'" : 1 Coa .tot the Northern District of Florida;- Notice. H both in Europesthe United States, adapted for cotton.' 'There it a flourishing Orange ;oct t-tds Sheriff and ex_off..,Tax Collector under. the; aperiotead M'> .ot..expenwcM.,
matt valuable qtedicsajdiscorery of.:tlu/ grove on the premises which formerly produced c .' house-keeper of the North, by.whose aid no Wtm
'It ". ki:,,:" : 1..bAuAcIxT NOTICE.J'Ii.reb1'' .given, ". '., -i-s\: : aa Income of&thousand dollars and will shortly "-T' >' i himself he thuD br any me>
'DosJaes in the StaU next -. do'again;from the present thrifty and healthy Nassau County Tax CoRsctcr? J ia the South beia I1QEriYaI1e4 \he eeuta
for general: *, respecting of the State of Florida the .am wit COX' 8: .. *: .: ? t
aaa" 4oiiathoji&of lands and,th'e location .. Extract. of anapniilla, appearance of the t.tes.:.The Post. Office of.Man. of l&eameomm1P 1bdGbarlSS'
. ST. authority la'iho law FU10se
JOHN'S by
, putt. to inoorporate *. d&li..withlll'wo miles,'and the steamboats BYrirtue rested, I : -.the babefel
4 tonob&y.th
.or MQiBg! thereof. 0"} ',R" "NO. ,at Madiwn. .Co. :::Orit 1 al'OI'Townimd'i.: pass and repass before tbe house-on their regular : se for tale,inr front of the Court. cities. Ia* acI'ra addition,b*has mademeats arra

:" ALSO 1al14'U50.; tT NOWWELLKNOWN3Y; 1o NYJ trip to and from' Savannah,: Those '. house door ia Nassau eonntyr on the fourth Monday Hotel slaB Haw
connectloo with the
: .,, : JJ "CUT, : wishing,to in January,1851, 400 acres of land ,In ,
: : easily proved by us,'that' secure this valuable property call on address owned by furnish ". for tat aeooa
may or .to in* carriage
for the reoHectioa of Clalnu 'the United Notice : -' the heirs of Horatio;Low;or so much thereof .
l!, upon; : : : TOWNSEND by letter, the subscriber at 'Jacksonville modattOD..thia. ': *r& .
,ii ( ""I'1I.;, ltstesforMUftkyor. Bother Mrvioef. pension TS HEREBY: "given tha rilIe -ln'trom DR.;, W1LCOX'tho.1'CC.lf"IOt .porida, '- ;.,-. ".' CHARLES BYRNE.. will pay 91 U 5 taxes due thereon for 1830 and aH !i ,The increasing-reputation- .Mc7hi the eHatato of
. ",; ; .. <{ ; M. made to feaeral.Auembl1 .. t., .Jack October 24. 1830.. necessary expenses attending said.sale. Bounda.. ia Ul estimation of the*..dlcilfacu1tyfoethsCnre.
; ,' c :.r'f"S: : { ,".--1-.70 ot.een.uct lW'honel or Florida,,at its next session for an' -"' original_, : 1!; & ? ries described on day.of sale. .. : r Florida possesses aa4.

:, '/ v- ther pTo'rtyXtor which thf 'Units*, SUUi. of Plauk.or rw/ WILCOX COMPOUND > iAaDRADDoCg;, CODIUtptiela .
poration a. or/j! --
' '. J. ..,.It ., he did.after the character.and' pulmonary d..1aNan4ue4 a vast
S'o';< ;}' -: .', "M1 some pointon the-'AUantlc"St. established being tho most; reputa 'Not1- etoRnv1gat,. -n.- ect. .24-tds..-' Sheriff. .and' -. ex off.Ta. .. 1 ,"Collector..' ', I oLtrsrelto w.tSta"' &-. ran aH wIU
; '.''fii; ,:. AddreM Jf '\..Eart FJorida.. Madison court House. ., to & 1 'tj ; 'III.6fbC
; ; EXTRAORDINARY,MEtlOINE .
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Jf'"C '' .- T Sept 12th ,.. ,. I, CUSTOM HOUSE k-.t. infldersimospbSte.21tSW of-thin ac.tfcfa'tJMiUosjlto
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': :. ':' 1 ". -t ;" /:; _: : : ; world for',the- following -diseases snob T *\.:: ..JW3THTor.OT.J OH2TS".. Safe. iabser1her baa dI :

: I :. .,.... .... ,. ,. .:'. ;.. _, .' .._. 't.r LREiULLZVA.. ;!:riT\ ; I Notice; ; ;: ConsumptJt.King's Evil Salt. f Fort.of Jaeksonrille.,,Nor,.lit,..1850.On BY rirtue of'authority In-me by law:retted, merit*the.--. _.b*,hastowodaatataf .
ii'OFFICERS: Nli' > lleid-jTlght- ./ ',tbouYtb7jlrstfof tat next'lh i I wiU expos*for sale,'In front of the Court k" ..
ellow-
.pon .
..; WkItak.i.ri Tt.i..di of the,Vheat- Dyspepsia Palpi-: r"" .
$tf ; house doorr in Nassau county the fourth Moai
l will be m oa.
SEVERAbWARS I: ing changes ,.ith,the Buoys at St. JlfDIL'" .
OFfTHE
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: tUbe Heart all
Wio and
::1" : : >? John's J this day in January, 1S51,123 acres of land owned by !--j&cksoumeE;P4 Ostobe I-W
i .'.: 4 ; .;s4YALIMf1.tc:4-; ( Bar.* give; notice, act that.all pAy!- .
Affections.General Fluor Al- '
,.t ,. I ." Debility gators may understand when this if Joseph Summerlin, or to much thereof will pay ,. .. J. .1, [ .). .r,
> sv'T change nude. .
1 ; .: J. .r ; .JlOLJiLILS.u .n"tL._. v fia> Whites,*llbsnmatisai,.SrphiQ*, :lilre- VI thereon : "l.- ;: : -
:/ :.I recent'Act of Congreu 1 what the law if relative to Buoys;&e.' : 'I 99 taxes due from ISIS and.JlJteOelo .BOUUtyL9AhRfl,1tstt .

.' ;'J -J: ,;: ffli. : fM4N1JF4CTILY;' BY (who hare not received):: b.,Cancerous' _, Humors" ,. ''MscrIa1Dises.. '* .-, !.ThtrbereatLets1IJ3uoysa1ong the coast ;or sary.expenses,'attending.said sale4 iBoundarideseribedondfty ." -.a.'E. .".'.4-, ,- .,_. .._. ". :.-T' 'i'1, fc
: : 1 ., of sale. : .J. .
to BOUNTY LAND;for services of < jhi bays::harbors .sounds,.channels -- --
shall t tI
> becolored I ; .
i : .p1f jfl\n.u;. "
.. ,. ( purpose,:and,,'no -douht?ln ordef to .raE.uii4ersIgad.buig
: ; .VA''J BBADOOCKf.
.h and minor .numbered that' ,. .
Q ortoore fibs widows', and sof; passing'up the I t-- ,
eIa. I'1&IIZed Ware -Cfor the genuine. t>-. mad
' 4Japed $ ,. dtoeaJed; alsa entitled,! ilTie& : cheap, eanno boast or.sound f entering the bay ,barber : Sheriffandex.offvTaxCoHectorMfcWg} '
i_ are : / *:groat .axpense.pollute it minerals) ,, : or i". cUftds. f. ( : :
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< t ; e r. amlerUke.,ftt" .:;jaoderate.- channelred Buoys withfevea' numbers shall, ', t\
SftbHinata .
; : : Jtaucu..f.a .c1&I1U r I .!; .J 8uIpiwrjSalta,passed on.the,starboard band black .
.6r" i.j t 4I" \tUf-j ".1'l :Buoys with .-cfili ?r&if
t $. .. "fi It....: allit. .et In*1Jo' & "bMO.-&bIUOtiur.' ;jase numbers oa-,the port:hand-and Buoyi with : ;" 'ci'??J' and wv.-" 0it
lneonsqueno.oftbe: of auiuori k'nw la W'r dIJL MtenU. a to thsut.ir1 # J
sfBYCYHQe "
_.. liWp&rIor la.uoh red and jrt
JUI&en' 1Ack'-.rtpu "
-tberh&ndBuoyi "
la .
.j
: _. ..! -concluded bis whole tim ).. .
-' e-'J _- t&eWUe"to- .at" ; ; wuel'waJl 14 b4'eotoi'Od ri.t'a1Lcm&* wW I' rwBl: expose.for safe. frftt rm mrtf f'"t .t f
i ', I ta.0 thesan4ututf. i. i .houso... '' :i.-icQUf4' .
.i; : 'elt ilO8;'sa4uve tau4 Z I 1d NMdl'u M' :. I. _
.' .. t..I' .L'M4 PJpe, ",zsWik tJRJQlNA 9MPQUND7 '*. ...Q.1Aa.Tf" $ I day la jJ.II : i. 4' ;. f) \ .' "_ -.' '

:": .-. Galft 4lro bi ebarpJa tuaA3 state of irs1IS pqrltl;e.that ;., o11t. : jfft !.: r tfehek QD f 1f- 't .CRA'_ g..', '" -' ".
90 ,
..Tta.Wareeinb. b. pUed p?_aUeDUoaf and: of sllciaueehavobesIing. ; ,, tax., : _: .
r ... : wMb.ycaay1 $ev r'korJJ. .atR01JCIII..nt'j.:<., >; all of th.above: .'ffA.frori ; "., ";" ,'';.. Q. &. '; 'd r z rfllitJ r '. 'i-.J"fJ -_..,_,. /
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: for the I&LI.o&won.. 'scrbe.d the day of e. V---! .1'j.. ,. .. 5-$. : rnii.37NtAne4tV
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omrtrrom Florida, South Carolina;' : "\. .. :- r, .
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to : t -4. -t J' BRADOOCXct2ttdi I. .-
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I. .. : .-k\ur; ;''.>. ",..'.tlO.- .: 11 Ociobir*' ..$. .. aotUrsmy' !; tO JUtbOtMIfl.. J.\-.- tN** I I. ,:;: F1IrsQFr1cU-.,M( '. s :SUetlffu4 ex-or.Tax CoUicter ..eo r1." "fo, _4 blct.:. .- .-I. ''.


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